By Emily Sisk – Photos by David Hallett No banner will be hung. Two weeks ago, the Chemeketa men’s basketball team secured the Northwest Athletic Conference south regional title with one game left in the regular season. On Thursday, Feb. 26, everything changed. That morning,
Wednesday, March 11 International Woman’s Day 1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. Multicultural Center Wednesday Evening Film Series“Laura” 7:00p.m. Elisinore Theatre $5 Thursday, March 12 Student Forum 11:30p.m. to 12:30p.m. Multicultural Center Faculty Forum 3:00p.m. to 4:00p.m. Building 2, Room 170 Friday, March 13 Planetarium: Hubble Vision 7:30p.m.
Ethan Chung Associated Students of Chemeketa What student government position do you hold? I’m the Athletics Representative, which involves coordinating events related to sports and general physical activities around Chemeketa. What events are coming up in the next few weeks? Future events I will be
How do you prepare for finals? By Crystal Smith – Photos By Crystal Smith James Murphy second-year AAOT student “I study then run to get my head working.” Jason Hernandez first-year biology student “I ask questions on the work given to me throughout the term.”
By Simson Garcia After a 2-2 start to the season, the Storm men’s baseball team swept two games on Saturday, playing the Centralia Trailblazers and the Edmonds Tritons. In the third inning of the first game, Chemeketa struck first when second baseman Rocco Ferrari scored
It’s simple, it’s free, and it’s exclusive. But time is running out to apply for Chemeketa Scholarships, which offer free money for Chemeketa students. “This is the only time to apply for scholarships,” Otilia Morales, the scholarship coordinator, said. “The deadline is March 31.” Even
By Mike Boni Success can be elusive for students who aren’t focused on goals and what they wish to accomplish. We asked Chemeketa students and staff to share their thoughts and tips on how to maximize the chances for success. Here are their responses: “Stay
By Matthew Skog In the world of higher education, even colleges have to take tests. From April 8 to 10, evaluators from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities will be at Chemeketa’s Salem campus to evaluate the college’s performance and fulfillment of its mission.
By Kip Carlson Six seconds – that’s how long you have to make a great first impression on an employer. And you’re not even in the same room with them. Studies indicate that employers scan a resume for about six seconds before deciding whether it
By Alvin Wilson – Photos By Brad Bakke Everybody feels the need to connect. Fortunately for Chemeketa students, Nintendo has provided yet another opportunity to reach out and meet new people. It’s called StreetPass. StreetPass is a feature of the Nintendo DS, Nintendo’s newest portable