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Monthly Archives: May 2014

On The Spot 28 May 2014

What was your favorite class you’ve ever taken at Chemeketa? By Natalie Lieurance Jessica Wardei Second-year nursing major “Women’s studies with Jennifer Moore. My instructor was great and every class had a lot of involvement. It wasn’t a typical lecture and it was very interpersonal.”

Board selects CFO Julie Huckestein as interim president

By Matthew Skog Photos by Brad Bakke Huckestein, who is currently Chemeketa’s chief financial officer and vice president for college support services, will begin her new role as interim president on July 1, the day after current president Cheryl Roberts’ presidency ends. Huckestein has been

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Storm softball team ends it tournament run

By Matt Rawlings The Chemeketa softball team’s season came to end on May 17 as the Storm lost to Douglas College by a 4-2 score, eliminating them from the NWACC Tournament. After losing its first outing of the tournament, the Storm rallied to win the

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What’s Happening 28 May 2014

What’s Happening Wednesday, May 28 Art Gallery- Annual Student Work,11:00 a.m. to 5;00 p.m., Bldg. 3 Junto’s Club 1:30 to 3:00 p.m., Bldg. 2-232 Board Game Club Meeting, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Bldg. 2–176D Arts of Mentoring Club Meeting, 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., Bldg. 2–232 Study Nights, 5:00 to

In pursuit of the ‘Best Bottle’ of wine

By Matthew Skog – Photo by Brad Bakke Humans have a passion for wine around the globe. Wine can be found everywhere from the finest restaurants to the lowliest of grocery stores, and thanks to the work of two former Chemeketa students, it’s soon headed

Storm athletes learn about life as well as sports

By Keaton Weaver Photo by Natalie Lieurance Cassie Belmodis, Chemeketa’s athletic director, likes to emphasize the way the college’s coaches and instructors teach life as well as sports. “We try to do the best for the 120-some athletes we have now. We want to help

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Quick Hits 28 May 2014

Quick Hits Top Ten Reason to Enroll in Chemeketa Summer Classes 10. The parking lots are less crowded. 9. The two accelerated Spanish classes are worth 6 credits each, allowing you to get a term and a half’s worth of language for each class …

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Quick Hits 21 May 2014

Quick Hits Top Ten Tips on disability etiquette 10. Remember that people aren’t defined by their disability. Use “people-first” language. For example, “person with a disability,” not “disabled person.. 9. Use the term “accessible parking” instead of “handicapped parking.” 8. Don’t assume that someone needs