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Board names Julie Huckestein as new Chemeketa president

By Matthew Skog – Photo by David Hallett Chemeketa’s top job has finally been filled. On Feb. 18, the Chemeketa Board of Education unanimously voted to appoint interim president Julie Huckestein as the college’s next president. Huckestein had served as interim president since the beginning

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What’s Happening 25 February 2015

Wednesday, February 25 Wednesday Evening Film Series “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” 7:00p.m. Elsinore Theatre Cost: $5. Women’s Basketball vs Portland Community College 5:30p.m. Home Game Men’s Basketball vs Portland Community College 7:30p.m. Home Game Thursday, February 26 Intercultural Movie Night “Apocalypto” 6:00p.m. Building 2,

On The Spot 25 February 2015

How is the weather affecting your study habits? By Crystal Smith – Photos By Crystal Smith Jazmine Shyrock second-year AAOT student “I have study habits? Well, the weather hasn’t really affected them because I’m taking mostly easy classes this term.” Courtney Lemon first-year undecided student

Technology has changed Chemeketa through the years

By Jason Kendrick – Photo by Candace Johnson Technology has created massive changes at Chemeketa through the years. In a few short years, students went from being taught on blackboards and using mimeographed copies to using keyboards, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. More innovations are happening

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Storm win big to honor former coach Keith Showers

By Emily Sisk A win was never really in question. Chemeketa’s men’s basketball team defeated the Southwestern Oregon Community College Lakers at home this past Saturday in a relatively easy outing, 111-75. Going into the game, the No. 1-ranked Storm were the clear favorites against

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Got Crime 25 February 2015

Feb. 1 Criminal Mischief – Bldg. 9 At 5 p.m., Public Safety officers arrived after a custodian reported graffiti in first-floor men’s restroom. The graffiti was later removed. Criminal Mischief – Bldg. 8 Another custodial report sent a Public Safety officer to investigate graffiti at

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A master resume saves time in the job hunt

By Kip Carlson Looking for a job requires time – sometimes a lot of time. Every now and then you’ll connect with the perfect position and be hired on your first application. More often, you could apply for a half-dozen jobs, or a dozen or