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Crime Log 14 October 2016

Oct. 14 Criminal Mischief, Building 53 Department of Human Services manager discovered a broken window at bld 53. Officer took photos of the damage and submitted a work order to have the window replaced Theft, Building 2 Contractor was locked out on the roof of building 2

Robotics division welcomes Baxter the robot

By Mary Primbs If you walk by the window of Room 224 in Building 4, you might see an unfamiliar face through the window. Baxter the robot is the latest addition to the robotics department at Chemeketa. Baxter joined the students at the beginning of

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Reorganization effort shakes up department landscape

By Matthew Skog Just as the seasons change, so too do the needs of Chemeketa’s programs and departments. While the review and alteration of programs may come every year, the start of this school year ushered in some of the most sweeping changes to the

Chemeketa Press expected to save students $350,000

By Michael Eubanks If there’s one thing that most students can agree on, it’s that the cost of textbooks are painfully high. Some textbooks can cost hundreds of dollars, making an affordable education impossible for many students. Fortunately, the Chemeketa Press has been creating low-cost

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Crime Log

Oct. 14 Criminal Mischief Bldg. 53 A department of human services manager discovered a broken window at bldg. 53. An officer submitted a work order to have the window replaced. Theft Bldg. 2 A contractor was locked out on the roof of bldg. 2 due

Revival of Chemeketa Theater in the works

  By Maxwell Romprey “Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more.” These words written by Shakespeare may seem melodramatic, but in the case of the theater program at Chemeketa,

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College fair helps veterans navigate higher education

By Matthew Skog On Oct. 20, representatives from more than three dozen colleges, universities, and veteran support agencies will be on Chemeketa’s Salem campus to answer your questions. “This is a little bit different than a regular college fair,” Jon Terrazas, Chemeketa’s veterans services coordinator,

New gallery exhibit gives visitors something to talk about

By Matthew Skog Artists Bonnie Hull and Kay Worthington have been friends for decades. Their latest collaborative exhibit, Still Talking, is the product of their shared love of quilt making. “What you’re seeing here is twelve quilts from each of us,” Hull said. “All made