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Opinion: Should TikTok influencers be allowed to have music careers?

Miina McCown/The Broadside These days, it can feel as if anyone, regardless of talent or skill level can achieve an impressive amount of fame on social media. Just ask...

Women’s holiday gift guide 2020

Kate Couch/ The Broadside Just because the holidays are different this year doesn’t mean that Christmas won’t have the same charm that it always does. So that brings us back to our yearly predicament,...

Bullying has no place on this campus

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Bullying conjures images for some of the schoolyard where that one kid wouldn’t leave you alone, or the mean comments in middle school bathrooms. But bullying happens to grown ups in...

Starting the search for summer jobs

By Marcus LeGrand | The Broadside (Contact: mlegrand2@cocc.edu) Many of you are probably scratching your head and asking: “what am I going to do for work this summer?” While others are looking for employment, others...

You’re not listening

Why people in 2020 don’t listen anymore. Kate Couch/ The Broadside With technology shortening our attention spans and politics being a seemingly unavoidable topic it seems like America is never going to agree. What people fail...

A look at a local Bend business: the DIYcave

Kate Couch/The Broadside The DIYcave is a local arts and crafts shop where people can come and let their creativity run wild. They offer a multitude of classes and have been serving the community since...

Not in our town

By Marcus LeGrand | The Broadside (Contact: mlegrand2@cocc.edu) In conjunction with their commitment toward A Season for Nonviolence, the Central Oregon Community College Multicultural Activities Coalition created an opportunity for the community to discuss their...

Letter to the Editor

The following is an email sent by Tara Clasen, a COCC student, to the Dean of Science and Dean of Students at COCC. Good Morning, I just wanted to drop an email and continue this conversation....

“Lock It or Lose It”, says Campus Public Safety

“Lock It or Lose It”, says Campus Public Safety   “The best way to protect your valuables is to lock them up”, according to Don Doughty, the Crime Prevention Officer for COCC’s Campus Public Safety department....

Review: “Love, Simon” (SPOILERS)

By Hannah Welbourn | The Broadside (Contact: hwelbourn@cocc.edu) LGBTQ+ representation in films and TV was once limited to one flamboyant, over-the-top, token gay character. I’ve grown up in a time to see the transition from...