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Dia de los Muertos

Day of the Dead William James The Broadside Music, festive dress, food and offerings to the dead—these are all characteristics of “Dia de los Muertos,” or “Day of the Dead.” The holiday marks a time to remember...

Vampire novles used to teach reading, writing skills

By Tovin Lapan Santa Cruz Sentinel APTOS, Calif.—Bella and Edward, the brooding teen/vampire duo battling with forbidden love in Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” novels, have made pale skin and denial of one’s carnal desires hip. Now, they...

American Icon dies, but leaves a legacy

Kris Ipock The Broadside Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Inc. has died. He died peacefully, surrounded by family members, his family said in a statement. In recent years, Jobs had fought a form of pancreatic...

24 New faces COCC adds faculty

Tobey Veenstra The Broadside Central Oregon Community College hired 24 faculty members this school year, a large amount to accommodate increasing student enrollment. “We’ve never had that amount of new faculty on board,” said Dean of Instruction Michael...

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...

Hundreds attend Madras Education Center Opening

Jefferson Greene (second from left), development director for The Museum at Warm Springs, speaks to the crowd at the Madrus campus opening. Accompanying Greene are Marjarie Smith (far left), Joseph Smith (second from right)...

News Briefs Oct 5 2011

COCC’S newspaper editor national finalist Central Oregon Community College student Kirsteen Wolf, who has served as editor of the college’s student newspaper, “The Broadside,” since 2010, has been named one of three national finalists in...

New student government plans busy school year

Members set their sights on introducing OSU-Cascades apparel and lowering online tuition rates Tobey Veenstra The Broadside In between tackling the student orientation events last week and attending a student government conference in St. Louis, Missouri this...

Students envision garden on campus

Cedar N.Goslin The Broadside The idea of a campus community garden came to Central Oregon Community college student, Lisa Barnett, in spring 2011 as she was sitting in her own backyard. At the time, Barnett said...

Geography class forges relationship with Juniper elementry

Cedar Goslin The Broadside The first day of spring term 2011, Mick McCann’s Geography 270 (map design) students were told that they’d be making a difference in the community, forging a relationship between Juniper Elementary and...