Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Simulator allows students virtual helicopter experience

Central Oregon Community College has a new, technologically advanced helicopter simulator. The new simulator is roughly 20x20 feet, and it nearly takes up the whole room that Leading Edge Aviation keeps stores in it at...

COCC takes big step in support of Native American culture

Cedar Goslin The Broadside For the first time, an Indigenous language class will be offered at Central Oregon Community College, starting winter term. The Kiksht language, which is one of the three Indigenous languages spoken at Warm...

Local voices speak out on possible end to DACA

By Miles Flynn | The Broadside (Contact: mflynn@cocc.edu) This presidential term is one full of changes at a moment’s notice; on September 5, President Donald Trump announced the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals,...

Missing classes affect grades and pocketbook

Want to save an easy $15? Go to class. Skipping classes can affect more than your grades. For a four-credit class that meets bi-weekly, the cost of one class is $15.10. Many students focus on...

Minimum wage may see increase to $15

What would you do if minimum wage went up to $15? New state legislature proposes to raised minimum wage to $15 by 2018, the proposed will increment wage in stages each year. For many students who...
(Kayla Scott/ For the Broadside)

COCC Summer Term 2020 Updates

Gabriela Benevento / For the Broadside As COVID-19 has brought schools to a close, many students of Central Oregon Community College may be looking ahead and wondering what the college has planned for summer term....

Task force recommends weapons policy amendment to comply with state law

Central Oregon Community College is the only institution in the state that prohibits all weapons on-campus-but that could soon change. The weapons task force, convened to review the Central Oregon Community College weapons policy,...

Getting behind the wheel can get you behind bars

It’s 2a.m. Saturday morning, clearly you’re in no shape to drive. You can blame it on the band or buddies you bumped into at the bar, but now it’s time to figure out how...

Investigation clears student government of cheating

Tobey Veenstra The Broadside Following an investigation, the Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College member reported to have cheated for an exam was cleared by COCC officials, according to a Sept. 15 statement from...

Late spring term classes are here!

For those admitted to Central Oregon Community College who didn’t register for spring classes, rest easy.  Starting on May 11, late spring term classes will begin.  This is an exciting time for students who...