By Thomas Laskey To get the most out of your FAFSA, get it in early. The fall term is coming to a close, which for continuing and first-time students means that it’s time to start thinking about your FAFSA – or Federal Student Aid application.
BY MATTHEW SKOG When students and staff return to campus in January, a new system will be in place to make searching Chemeketa’s library more convenient than ever. The new system will consolidate all of Chemeketa’s library offerings, as well as the offerings of 36
￼BY JESSE THOMPSON “There is nothing like Christmas morning for a kid.” You may have noticed the Trees of Giving around the Chemeketa campus this past month. The trees are put there by Salvation Army workers as a part of their Toy and Joy Christmas
BY KIP CARLSON – Chemeketa Career Services Take a look at television or online programming from now through Christmas and you’ll be bombarded with them: commercials pitching every product from new cars to craft kits, diamond earrings to candy kisses. It’s the holidays, and it
BY JENNIFER SPRING PHOTO BY BRAD BAKKE The Soapbox Series of poetry readings started with an inspired conversation in Marilee Moore’s office one day. “I thought it would be great to have poetry readings on campus,” Moore, the secretary for Bldg. 37, said. That was
BY SADIE VERVILLE Major: Transfer student Years at Chemeketa: Second year Favorite study spot: “On campus, I like to study by the Tutoring Center. I typically don’t study on campus because I get really distracted, but I love to study at the Broadway Coffeehouse.” Hobbies:
BY IAN GERIG Aggressiveness can win or lose you games, and sometimes it can make things difficult. The Chemeketa men’s basketball team gotits first win of the season on Nov. 25, beating the visitors from Clark College 91-82 despite giving up 18 turnovers to the
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.