Avengers: Endgame is the 22nd installment and the final culmination of over a decade’s worth of build-up through one of the most impressive franchises and ambitious cinematic experiences of the modern era.
Part two of The Courier‘s D&D docuseries The Baron’s Curse is available to stream now on our YouTube channel. Subscribe to our channel to see future episodes!
A Chemeketa Reads Committee is ready and rearing to go for this year’s student essays on two prompts based on themes from the book Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by entertainer Trevor Noah. The committee is made up of faculty volunteers
Reporters Connor Fajardo and Jarret Whitenack asked students on campus what they thought about the ban on plastic bags in Salem in this video produced by The Courier‘s multimedia editor, Montana Langford.
Writing faculty member Tammy Jabin read for the Soapbox Poetry event in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery Monday, April 22 in an exhibition titled Wonder.
Recently, a significant collection of ancient ceramics from Cyprus went on display at The Hallie Ford Art Museum. This hodgepodge of ancient pots, figurines, and vases have not only survived 4,000 years but have all somehow ended up in Salem, Oregon.
The first part of our docuseries The Baron’s Curse is available now on our site and our YouTube channel.
On April 9, Chemeketa’s multicultural center was full of laughter, Alicia Keys anthems and surprisingly, period products.
That man is 31-year-old Jarred Venti. Venti is now locally renowned after years of musical development.
On Friday, April 19, The Courier will premiere The Baron’s Curse, a docuseries which follows a short Dungeons & Dragons campaign. “[Editing the series] was definitely a challenge,” the series’ editor, Montana Langford, said. “I’ve never tried anything like this before, where I take somebody