What was your most enjoyable class this term? By Renee Martinez Photos by Ted Stoffers Linda Sutton Third-year office administration and accounting student “Payroll was a very intense class, and the the teacher was amazing. Students were fun, and the book made me think outside
BY WILLADEAN WRIGHT A gold mine for the mind is located on the second floor of Bldg. 2. The Tutoring Center, in Room 210, is a place that every student at Chemeketa should know well. Natalie Beach, Chemeketa’s dean of Library and Learning Resources, said,
Nov. 12 Theft Bldg. 49 At 9:01 p.m., a Winema student noticed that $65 had been stolen from his wallet. He told the officer that he suspected a male whom he had seen in the vicinity of the wallet while it was on a chair.
Students as tutors are there to give back. Jacob Michael Munoz, a second-year Chemeketa student who works in the center as a writing tutor, said, “I enjoys helping people succeed. I have worked as a tutor for the past two terms. … I can assist with
Wednesday, November 26 Study Skills Workshop 1:00p.m. to 1:30p.m., Bldg. 1-128 Writers Anonymous 3:30p.m. to 5:00p.m., Bldg. 2-232 Evening Study Nights 5:00p.m. to 9:00p.m., Multicultural Center Thursday, November 27 Campus closed, enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday Friday November 28 Campus closed Saturday November 29 Campus closed
BY MATTHEW SKOG ￼￼￼Nine months after being placed on administrative leave, Chemeketa’s former vice president has cost students and taxpayers more than $140,000. Patrick Lanning, who also was president of the Yamhill campus, was placed on administrative leave in early February after being accused of
BY BYRON KIMBALL Students and faculty who made their way down to the Multicultural center last Wednesday were treated to a celebration of native cultures. Featuring music from Andean folk musicians, the Chayag group, and dancers, guitarists, and storytell- ers from Chemawa Indian high school,
Just say no; don’t overload yourself. The sensation of wanting to belong when first entering college can overwhelm new students. Multiple clubs, fairs, and activities can take up your free time. Management experts advise that you don’t let these distractions deplete your time, along with
Oeuvre \ œ-vruh \ noun; 1. The work of a painter, composer, or author regarded collectively. 2. A work of art, music, or literature. The complete oeuvre of Mozart has captured the attention of many Chemeketa students.
BY SADIE VERVILLE From: The Czech Republic Major: International Studies Time at Chemeketa: First year Favorite Study Spot: At home in the living room Hobbies: Cooking, traveling, languages Favorite book: The Diary of Anne Frank Favorite Childhood Memory: The time spent with her grandpa, including