Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Dancing, celebrating, and eating: The 2017 Latino Festival

The Latino club’s largest event of the year was an evening full of dance performances done by local dancing schools and elementary students, authentic cuisine, face-painting, Latino music, and a photo booth. The event had...

Poetry slam night hosted by MOsley WOtta

A poetry slam: poetry blended with performance, bringing words to life, and letting them engulf and surround the audience listening as well as letting them feel the story. “It can be a little bit...

Bend’s best beans

College and coffee often go hand in hand. Staying up all night cramming for a test can lead to a serious need for caffeine to get through the next day's lectures. During a study...

Garden club sprouts up spring term

A long, cold winter has come to an end, and the Central Oregon Community College Garden Club has a busy season planned. Former president of the club, Wesley Noone, said “This winter has been mostly...

Deviations and Iterations: Artist Mandee Schroer’s exhibition at Pence Gallery

The four kinds of pieces displayed in Amanda Schroer’s art exhibition all involved a labor-intensive process that resulted in thought out and unique creations. Schroer displayed four kinds of mediums and platforms: water color...

Bend’s best burritos

Bend Provides a huge selection of delicious burritos, but how do you know if you're getting the most out of your money? With so many options it can be hard to decide where to...

Create it. Do it. Share it: The Bend Joy Project

The Bend JOY Project focuses on three basic concepts: Create it. Do it. Share it. The lesson behind the “Create it” concept is to create generous actions or deeds for others that will bring...

COPE Club Winter Term student showcase

McKayla Schneider | The Broadside (Contact: mschneider@cocc.edu) Psychology students’ projects lined the upstairs hall of Ochoco in an atmosphere described as a “relaxed” by Julie Corrales, the event coordinator for the Central Oregon Psychology Enthusiasts...

Spring Break Prep Pack

Snowshoeing: If you find yourself missing the snow, head to higher ground and bring along a pair of snow shoes. The closest trails can be found along the Cascade Lakes Highway at both Virginia Meissner...

Over 200 years of women’s history: what does it mean to you?

Women’s History month traces its origin back to March 8,1857, when a group of women in New York staged protests over factory working conditions. Although Congress didn’t establish National Women’s history week to be...