Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Rebels with a Cause 

Gabriela Benevento / The Broadside  College track studs, athlete types and running lovers have turned into their rebel sides recently by disregarding closure signs put up in front of campuses tracks and tennis courts.  Since Kate Brown’s executive order closing all school campuses and local...
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Safe Ways to Shop During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amber Reed/The Broadside With the pandemic becoming a daily concern for many people, daily activities have become exceedingly more complicated including things like going to the grocery store or shopping in general. Here are some...

Cascade East Transit Makes a Change

Seth Root/The Broadside While many students may have stopped using public transportation until the Stay-at-Home order is lifted, those who continue using it will notice things are different. Cascade East Transit, or CET, announced last week...

National poetry month is going virtual through ‘Poems of Connection’

The nature of COVID-19 has changed the way many people live, but it hasn’t changed annual traditions.  Poetry Month at Central Oregon Community College has taken place online.  Usually, poetry month would be held...

Opinion: The anxiety of social isolation

It is hard to remember a time in where almost everyone in the entire world shared a collective experience. The closest I can recall was all the way back when Pokémon GO released in...
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47 New Confirmed Cases of the COVID-19 Virus in Oregon

Amber Reed/ The Broadside It has recently been announced that there are 47 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oregon. As of Monday April 19, there are a total of 1,956 cases of COVID-19 in...

Are You Registered to Vote?

Seth Root/The Broadside Are any of you Central Oregon Community College students registered to vote? If not, your chance to register and vote in the upcoming primary is closing in fast! Voting is important in our...

COCC Computer Labs Remain Open

Amber Reed/The Broadside Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, COCC has transitioned to online classes. While students are doing their best to adjust to an online campus, it can be difficult to make the necessary...

Resources for quarantining in a non-LGBTQ+ friendly environment

Amber Reed/The Broadside There is no doubt that the changes in students’ lives due to COVID-19 have been an adjustment some may be struggling through. With many students returning home during this time and participating...

Photos: COCC Campus Empty Due to Covid-19

Central Oregon Community College's Bend campus stays closed and nearly empty. After COCC President, Laurie Chesley sent out an email informing everyone that Spring Term Classes will be moved online.