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Monthly Archives: March 2017

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New Releases Round-up 3/13 – 3/17

Title: Beauty and the Beast Director: Bill Condon Distributor: Disney The newest live-action re-telling of a classic animated Disney film arrives this week with director Bill Condon’s Beauty and the Beast remake. With recent 90s-nostalgia revival pieces like Jurassic World paying major dividends at the

Crime Log 7 March 2017

By Samantha Guadagno Jan. 31 Harassment Bldg. 50 At 3:17 p.m., an officer received a call regarding the harassment of a Winema student. The suspect was a former student of the Winema GED program who had previously been removed and told to stay off the

Campus library services help students succeed

By Samantha Guadagno A good campus library can make or break a student’s college experience. But figuring out how to use the myriad of resources available in the library can feel overwhelming. Thankfully, Chemeketa’s librarians are there to help. “You think you have to know

On The Spot: Are you prepared for finals?

Lilly Gimby, second-year nursing student “Oh yeah. I don’t really know what my final is going to be over but I do feel prepared. I’m only taking one class, and that’s my main focus right now.” Corey Hogan, second-year business student “Well I got to

Tuition rates set to rise this summer

The price of an education at Chemeketa is about to go up. At its regularly scheduled Feb. 22 meeting, the Chemeketa Board of Education voted in favor of a proposal that will increase tuition rates and universal fees for the 2017-2018 school year. Tuition rates

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How the electoral college works

By Matthew Skog Voting is the foundation upon which democracy is built. In light of the recent presidential election, many in the Chemeketa community have been left wondering how exactly the electoral process works for our nation’s highest office. Contrary to popular belief, presidents are

College spotlights LGBTQ+ community

By Max Romprey  Chemeketa is committed to being a safe place for the LGBTQ+ community. For the 2016-2017 school year, the college’s administration has declared a focus on issues related to supporting Chemeketa’s LGBTQ+ population. Linda Herrera, Chemeketa’s diversity and equity officer, said that a