Saturday, June 15, 2019

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,...

Students find advantages to lifelong learning

Does the job market support college graduates over the age of 50? In the past five years, there has been an enrollment increase in students from age 51-60 at Central Oregon Community College, according to...

Redmond goes Solar

The Redmond campus expects to save 50 percent of their overall energy costs by adding solar panels to the campus. This estimate is based on the next 20 years, according to Gene Zinkgraf, head of the Central Oregon Community...

Former RA hired as Juniper Hall’s resident director

Juniper hall has a new resident director and role model. Megan Bernard joined Juniper Hall staff as resident director in the middle of spring break 2013. “I like it alot,” Bernard said. “The residents are super...

Dating service flyers violate policy

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside During the second week of October, some students were handed sheets of paper with an invitation to join a dating service. “They did not obtain permission to distribute the handouts,” said Campus Public...

Retiring COCC president appointed to key leadership position

In September, retiring college president Jim Middleton will begin a key leadership role supporting education in Oregon. Earlier this summer, Middleton was appointed as commissioner for Community College Services and director of the Department for...

Snowpack: How will it affect our 2015?

Mt. Bachelor started off the year with 11 feet less snow than when originally opening in 1958.   By mid-December, the snowfall on Mt. Bachelor was 44 inches below average on. Total snow depth was only...

COCC gets permits for radio station

Thanks to a professor’s work and his student’s encouragement, KXBC could be on your radio as early as this fall One student -- that’s what kept Jon Bouknight working for two years to get the...

New Administrator comes to Madras

The new Madras campus administrator comes with a passion for helping students in rural communities. Last month, Jeremy Green became the new Campus Administrator for Central Oregon Community College’s Madras Campus to replace previous administrator...

No Noise From COCC Radio

Due to a paperwork delay plans for an on-campus radio station have been halted. “Right now we are waiting on a paperwork delay to be resolved so we can be given administrative approval,” said Jon...