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Monthly Archives: May 2015

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No Pain, No Gain for this Chemeketa power lifter

Article and photo By Simson Garcia There’s a power lifter at Chemeketa, and she has potential. Carolina Ruvalcaba, 19, a first-year student, has been strength-conditioning since her sophomore year at St. Paul High School: squats, bench presses, dumbbells, you name it. Her start and motivation to

Even today, stereotyping between genders is persistent

By Dylan Shackelford Women are supposed to stay home, raise the children, and not work outside the house. Men are generally lazy and unclean. Women are bad drivers. Men refuse to look at maps or instruction manuals. You’ve heard them before, spoken as gospel …

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What’s Happening 27 May 2015

Wednesday, May 27 Continuing Credit Student Registration 60+ Credits Fall Term VC Noodle Soup 12:00p.m. to 1:00p.m. Allison Bruns Illustration Open to Everyone Thursday, May 28 Continuing Credit Student Registration 30 – 59 Credits Fall Term 3rd annual Native American Spring Gathering 11:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.

On The Spot 27 May 2015

What is the best or most interesting thing that has happened to you at Chemeketa this year? By Rebeca Ilisoi – Photos By Brad Bakke Reza Moghaddampour second-year AAOT student “Driving here every day and not getting into a crash. It’s a perilous drive. That’s

Player Profile 27 May 2015

Naomi E. Wasser What is your biggest pet peeve on the soccer field? When someone loses the ball, gives up, and doesn’t hustle after it. How do you balance school and soccer? I divide my time evenly. And if I still am in of need

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Chemeketa bids recent retirees a hearty adieu

By Mike Boni An annual Chemeketa tradition is the celebration for the members of the Chemeketa staff who decide to retire. The Courier talked with three retirees to hear their plans, memories of Chemeketa, and advice to those who may follow in their footsteps. Linda

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Crime Log 27 May 2015

May 7 Stalking – Bldg. 2 At 10:57 a.m., an officer received a report that someone was stalking one of the baristas. The report said the suspect would stand at the counter for 40 minutes at a time and not buy anything. The suspect also