Photos by Caleb Wolf. I never officially made one, but I think my unofficial New Year’s resolution was to become more strong in myself, and more stable as a person. — Mara Steele, first-year student of psychology. Not to procrastinate on things I want
The Chemeketa community gathered on Jan. 25 for “Hunger at Chemeketa.” This event commemorated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and speaker Ron Jones delivered his “Dialogues on Diversity” workshop. Jones spoke about the trajectory of MLK’s career and focused on issues in the community such
By Christopher Gonzalez Jack Frazier is a second-year student and guard on Chemeketa’s Men’s Basketball Team. Prior to attending Chemeketa, Frazier attended South Salem High School, where he also played basketball. He is studying civil engineering, but is uncertain on where he plans to transfer
After playing nine of 11 games on the road during the preseason, Head Coach Kevin McCarrell and the Chemeketa Women’s Basketball Team are eager to play at home, and are looking to improve their league standing in every game.
Alexander Payne thinks small. Though his first two films Citizen Ruth and Election made overtures at broad social topics such as reproductive rights and politics, writer-director Payne’s films are often intimate and darkly-comic character studies with low-stakes plots.
Of all the resources students need for post-secondary education, money may be the most important. Student loans are the only option for many, but borrowing money has its caveats, as current and former Chemeketa students attest.
Chemeketa is ringing in the new year with an opportunity to see some of the amazing talent working at our college.