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Calling All Students!

Don’t know where you want to go with your career? Seeking job experience? Campus clubs and organizations are a great avenue for students to learn skills that will help build their resumes and skill sets....

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...

Editorial: Go out and vote

The Broadside Editorial Board Note: This editorial reflects the opinion of The Broadside’s team of editors—Seth Root, Sarah Lightley and Roman Russell, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Broadside’s staff as a whole.  Forty-six...

Letter from OSU-Cascades Vice President

November 14, 2014 Happy winter, everyone! I’m not sure if the snow will still be on the ground by the time this is published, but as I write this we’re experiencing our first snow...

Editorial: I am a movie snob

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) Growing up, I can say that I was exposed to, but watched willingly, many films that were too mature for my age. Peeping at parts of “Saving Private...

The real problem with the student government model at COCC

Student government is currently organized the same way it was when there were only 2,000 students at Central Oregon Community College. “ASCOCC considers potential restructure” on page 4 talks about this, and about how...

Mt. Bachelor 2020/2021 season update

What to expect from our town’s favorite shred spot. Kate Couch/ The Broadside Mt. Bachelor has been officially open for about two weeks. The bustle is absolutely insane. Many skiers and snowboarders alike are overjoyed...

Letter to the Editor:

To the Editor: This is a comment regarding your recent article about the “Top 10 WORST Holiday Movies”. As I skimmed that edition of The Broadside, I had to do a double-take when I saw...

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...