Monday, July 15, 2019

OSU-Cascades student council for 2014-15

The current student government at OSU-Cascades will be training and preparing these students for their time next year as the Associated Students of Cascades Campus. Below are four of the six hired council members....

Students win big at annual COCC art show

Illustrations, ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, photography and more are judged by award winning artist Cecelia Kirth has never shown anyone her life’s worth of drawings. She has books full of drawings from childhood to now, but...

Meet presidential finalist Dr. Patrick Lanning

When Dr. Patrick Lanning drives over the mountains to Central Oregon it “feels like coming home.” Lanning, one of Central Oregon Community College’s three presidential finalists, grew up in Prineville and spent more than...

College and Contraceptives

By Isaac Messinger | The Broadside (Contact: imessinger@cocc.edu) In an era where sexual freedom is becoming more widely accepted and sometimes even encouraged, it's more crucial than ever that contraceptives are made available to the...

Group forms against OSU-Cascades site

A group opposing the OSU-Cascades site on the west side is raising $50 grand to hire a lawyer and make the new campus move. While Oregon State University-Cascades may have signed the dotted line...

COCC professor inducted into Green Bay Packers’ Hall of Fame

Sociology professor Ken Ruettgers is a published author, former National Football League player, and now a member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.   Ruettgers’ career with the Green Bay Packers began in 1985...

Pacific Rim cultures brought to COCC through unique performances

The sounds of drums encompassed the Campus Center as Taiko Drummers shared the sound of Japanese culture from around the world. The Asian and Pacific Islander event included performances from Taiko drummers, Polynesian dancers...

On a Lark #11

  Illustrated by Noah Hughes The Broadside nmhughes@cocc.edu

Dining hall opens at OSU-Cascades

OSU-Cascades’ campus continues to expand with the addition of a dining hall/academic building. It opened alongside OSU-Cascades’ residence hall, but serves both residential and non-residential students. Classes were held in the new building during...

Disc golf course put “offline” by residence hall construction

The disc golf course is now defunct as construction begins on a new residence hall, but even after construction its future is doubtful. There are no plans yet to rebuild it, according to Gordon...