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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Expert advice on preparing for final exams

By Matthew Skog For many students, preparing for finals can feel overwhelming. To help students better prepare for their final exams, Karie Beavert, a Chemeketa reading and study skills instructor, offers a myriad of tips and tricks to help students fight their anxiety and improve

Theatre classes return to Chemeketa next fall

By Max Romprey On November 17th, Acting I and Theatre Appreciation, new classes taught by Jay Gipson-King, were approved by the Chemeketa Curriculum Committee. The group, which meets to review proposed new courses or changes to existing curriculum, heard a presentation from King on the

On the Spot: Post-Election Responses

Tristan Martineau,  First-year student, AAOT:  “It is very interesting scenario and a lot of people are being manipulated in ways they shouldn’t be, but the only true way to tell is to see what’s going to happen over these next couple of months.”    

Crime Log 15 November 2016

Nov. 2 Hit and Run Property, Green Parking Lot A student found a dent on the driver’s side of her vehicle around 10:34 a.m. when she returned from class. The height of the dent suggested a larger vehicle was responsible. Scuff marks were present, but