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Tony Russell wins award for student feedback

Central Oregon Community College professor Tony Russell has won a national award for student feedback. Russell, COCC humanities professor, was nominated as a “Turnitin” finalist for Grading and Feedback earlier this year. Turnitin is a software program used in many colleges and high schools...

Operation Don’t Go Broke: Paying for your pet

The idea of having something alive in your apartment besides whatever is growing in your fridge may sound like a good idea, but before heading to the pet store, stop and ask yourself a...

$800,000 to limit tuition increases

Every dollar your student tuition increases, college revenue increases about $200,000. But between salaries, expansion, and technological advances, this money disappears all too quickly, according to Kevin Kimball, chief financial officer at Central Oregon...

Arm yourself for success in the workplace

Degree vs. experience Are your chances of getting hired greater if you have a degree, or is prior experience in the field more important? Tracy Dula career services coordinator at Central Oregon Community College, believes that...

ASCOCC aims to bring new campuses together

Meet the members Michael Biermann (top left) Biermann was appointed ASCOCC fiscal and operations coordinator last spring. Joaquin Rodriquez-Remigio (top middle) Rodriquez-Remigio was appointed ASCOCC budget and community coordinator last spring. Matthew Coito (top right) Coito was re-elected last spring...

Bend Student Film Club

India Slodki/ The Broadside There is something tangible in the air at movie theaters. Pick the right movie, and the entire theatre is sucked into a new world, encouraging...

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...

How to stay safe while still having fun this Halloween

Kate Couch/ The Broadside With COVID-19 trying to ruin Halloween this year, many might be pleasantly surprised with the fun and cool Halloween activities that are still around. The first notable thing is that Halloween...

A haunting history: Downtown Bend Boys and Girls Club once served as quarantine zone

Upon stepping foot in the lively Boys and Girls Club, located in downtown Bend, most wouldn’t guess it once housed victims of a deadly epidemic. The building, built in 1917, served as a hospital during...

Redmond COCC forms “nuclear campus”

Redmond campus environment is unorthodox, uncommon and full of people determined to make it flourish Dennis Simenson likes people who don’t fit. Simenson, a manufacturing instructor in Redmond, suffers from dyslexia and never felt that...