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Long-time staff members say farewell to college

After years of employment at the college, Gene Zinkgraft, Mary Wagner and Robert McDilda will soon be saying goodbye to Central Oregon Community College. Cedar Goslin The Broadside Gene Zinkgraf Director of Construction If you’ve seen the construction of...

How does your Facebook page reflect you?

You might want to think twice before uploading those photos. Facebook and other social media websites are reshaping the hiring process and your future employers may have your personal life at their fingertips. By Cedar...

Working with the public requires the right attitude

Jamie Bowles The Broadside Working with the public on a day to day basis is not an easy task, but it is an important and necessary part of almost every job. Cora Gammel, who works the counter...

Mazama Gym vandalized

The Broadside The Mazama Gymnasium at Central Oregon Community College was vandalized on May 13. The words “STOP ACTA” were written on the roof of the building with an unknown medium, according to the incident...

Two COCC students receive Diversity Achievement Awards

Dulce Pelayo, one of the recipients of the Diversity Achievement Awards on May 24. (Photo by Derek Oldham) The Broadside Central Oregon Community College students Brandi Jordan and Dulce Pelayo were the two recipients of the...

Council announces five new members at spring BBQ

Noah Hughes The Broadside With their final events of the year wrapping up, the student government members of Oregon State University-Cascades are hoping to prepare those hired to take their place for next year. On May 29,...

What can an AAOT degree do for you?

William James The Broadside For students who are unsure of their major, the Associate of Arts Transfer degree may be a useful guide. If a student enrolls full time, AAOT requirements are typically met within two years....

Students learn science and Spanish in Costa Rica

Lauren Hamlin The Broadside Summertime means trips to exotic places, meeting new people, having fun, learning something new and taking a break from school. For 14 college students, it’s all of those except for the break...

ASCOCC battles funds requests, budget

Controversy arose when the Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College discussed the allocation of a large amount of money for next year’s student government at the May 10 meeting.   Noah Hughes The Broadside Controversy arose when...

A high-stakes, high school culinary competition

A high school culinary competition was held by Central Oregon Community College, May 18 at the Jungers Culinary Center. Samantha Kaonis, a Crook County High School Sophomore, particiates in the high school culinary competition at...