Chemeketa’s contingent faculty do a lot for their students. Much like their full-time counterparts, contingent faculty help students reach their goals in life by providing a foundation for the education that students need in order to succeed. But unlike their full-time counterparts, these contingent faculty
After fighting their way into the playoffs, the Chemeketa Storm softball team’s season came to a close after their game against Highline Community College. The team finished with an overall record of 18W and 23L as they faced a very competitive and deep South
No one should have to fear being the victim of a hate crime on Chemeketa’s campuses. However, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, hate crimes and hate groups have seen a dramatic resurgence on college campuses in recent times. Bill Kohlmeyer, Chemeketa’s Director
Ariana Stone, first year psychology student “I think Oregon is also a state that allows open carry, so I’m okay with people who have a permit carrying a weapon. It’s not my preference that people should have guns on campus, but I think that they have
There’s an internationally recognized event that has flown under the radar of many Chemeketa students: Record Store Day. Record Store Day is a celebration of independently owned record stores. It takes place on one Saturday every April and can appeal to anyone who appreciates music.
Justin Lavarnway, fourth year human resources student “I remember it when it was out here. I think it did better out here. There is just something to it. There’s a different kind of vibe. I didn’t even notice until now, but I liked the statue
Chemeketa’s legendary 1982-83 men’s basketball team will be inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference’s Hall of Fame on June 1. This recognition comes more than 30 years after the team made their Cinderella story run to win the Region 18 tournament, which was a first
By Michael Eubanks, Anthony Fisenko and Jenaro Ramirez, Jr.
Your fellow students or staff members may be armed. Under state and federal law, students on Oregon’s public college and university campuses, including community colleges, are allowed to carry concealed handguns if they possess a valid license to do so. After hearing the 2011 case