Thursday, December 12, 2019

Love Animals? Volunteer at the Humane Society

Josh Ballou The Broadside Birds, and cats, and dogs, oh my! The Humane Society of Central Oregon has been serving the community for 50 years by providing care for thousands of lost, abandoned, neglected, and abused animals...

News Briefs November 16, 2011

COCC hosts Color Mysteries/Abstract Fantasies exhibit COCC Press Releases Central Oregon Community College is hosting “Color Mysteries and Abstract Fantasies,” an art exhibit of the photography by Natasha Bacca and abstract art by Ed Endsley. The...

ASCOCC denies club request, sparks critism

Cedar Goslin The Broadside A Central Oregon Community College student claimed discrimination factored into student government members’ refusal of her request to start a club during their Oct. 24 meeting. At the meeting, COCC Student Maggie...

COCC’s million dollar lawsuit

Former dorm resident sues COCC for $1,011,800 Tobey Veenstra The Broadside Former Juniper Hall resident Randolph Solo is suing Central Oregon Community College and two Juniper Hall employees for $1,011,800, claiming the defendants conspired to deprive him...

Near-fatal crash hospitalizes COCC instructor

Alyssa Wilder The Broadside After a near-fatal bicycle accident on Oct. 19, Gary Bowne, Theater Arts instructor at Central Oregon Community College, is on the road to recovery, according to his step-daughter Kellie Jones. “We’re...

COCC to spend millions in maintenence and repair

A Crack in the pavement outside Ponderosa, one of the buildings in need of repair at COCC. Kristeen Wolf The Broadside COCC will need millions of dollars in maintenance and repairs in the next 11 years. EMG,...

Millions donated to college

The Mill INN, bequethed to COCC by Carol Mason, will continue to operate. Alyssa Wilder The Broadside Millions of dollars in real estate and a private airplane were left to Central Oregon Community College by Bend resident...

Student government member return form St. Louis with new leasdership knowledge

From left to right: Michael Biermann, Taran Underdal, Kyder Olsen Matt Coito, Brandy Jordan and Joquin Rodriquez pose in front of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis. Tobey Veenstra The Broadside Student government members of both Central...

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...

Campus Security: More than it appears

Emergency call booths can help if you need to contact Campus Security Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Four unarmed officers with one vehicle and five criminal justice cadets patrol a population that is larger than the city...