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“Finals Week” finds a new home

Chemeketa Library visitors have all seen it. Some have even run into it. Since 1999, the statue of a rushing student carrying a tall stack of books, titled “Finals Week”, has called the hallway outside of the library on the main campus home. That changed

Gender-neutral signs reflect college policy

By Michael Eubanks Chemeketa students wandering the halls of main campus may have noticed some new signs appearing on the walls near many restrooms recently. Facilities and Operations completed a re-signage program this month that denotes single-stall restrooms in buildings 4, 36, 37, 38, 40

Will Chemeketa survive “the Big One”?

By Michael Eubanks Oregonians may witness a devastating earthquake in their own backyards within the next 50 years. The “Cascadia Earthquake” as it’s commonly referred to as, could potentially hit the Pacific Northwest within our lifetime. The size of the earthquake is expected to be

Your vote counts this election day

By Michael Eubanks Voting is a crucial part of the democratic process. But voter turnout in the United States is exceptionally low. According to a report by the U.S. Census Bureau, less than half of eligible voters between the ages of 18 and 29 actually

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