Sunday, October 13, 2019

Local professor offers insight into the brains of serial killers

By Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: acase@cocc.edu) How is a serial killer created? A recent talk by Rebecca Walker-Sands, professor of psychology, shed some insight into the things which drives some to perform the most...

Gun control: Is this what we should be teaching teachers?

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) Following the Parkland, Fla. shooting, controversy spread across the country, as people were fed up with the lack of change in regulations surrounding gun violence. “With a...

Kicking off spring term with an all-inclusive dance

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) Wille Hall was filled with students, paper flower decorations, music and dancing for an all-inclusive spring fling hosted by the LGBTQ+ club Saturday night. Dana Thomas, club member,...

Garden Club: A chance to get your feet wet and your hands dirty

 A Garden club is described as a “supportive,” “inspiring,” place to learn according to club participants. Student, staff member and Garden Club participant Courtney Nolta, stated, “I see the mission of the Central...

COCC campus’ natural diversity creates wildlife melting pot

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) If you attend classes around campus, you know that there is a resident deer family on campus. The deer who waltz around the upper campus are completely...

COCZ: Central Oregon Community Zombies

By Nolan Wironen and Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: nwironen@cocc.edu and acase@cocc.edu) The year is 201X — little do the students of Central Oregon Community College know that today is the day the world...

Democrats push for DACA: 2018 Government shutdown

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi2@cocc.edu) On Jan. 20, the United States federal government shutdown. A major event in political and government history, yet not as dramatic as it may sound. In fact,...

Warmer winter: what does it mean?

By Nolan Wironen | The Broadside (Contact: nwironen@cocc.edu) It’s undeniable that here in Bend, our winter has been significantly different from what it was in 2017. If you by chance watch the news or have...

Bend’s best bagels

Bagels are arguably one of the most versatile foods -- they can be made into a breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, or even dessert. As busy college students and journalists, we at The Broadside are...

Dancing through life: Titlakawan dance provides students with a new outlook on life

Some days, cultural anthropology instructor Willan Cervantes forgoes his suit and tie and wears the regalia of an Aztec dancer. Cervantes and members of the Titlakawan dance club performed on Nov. 4 in the student...