Jessica Mehta, a poet and author from Oregon, recently came to Chemeketa to share her work with the community.
On April 1, a teenage girl stood out on Marion Bridge. As hours passed and traffic backed up, Salem Police spoke with the young girl until she stepped back to safety. Although this story has a happy ending, the Salem-Keizer School District has been plagued
“Agriculture is crucial to Oregon’s economy,” said President Julie Huckestein. “We want to create a hub for ag industry and community partners. We want to be able to inspire collaboration and innovation.”
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Continental Divide to the East, stretching from Alaska’s Prince William Sound into the Klamath River in California, is the bioregion called Cascadia.
On May 15 Chemeketa art students gathered in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery to have their art pieces evaluated and awarded by an outside jury group. First, second and third prizes were given out, as well as purchase and recognition awards from the president, vice
While it may not be a masterpiece of cinema, the film is more than serviceable as both a love letter to existing Pokémon fans and a warm welcome to new ones.
Students and staff gathered in the new quad of the Chemeketa campus on May 30 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the end of the 2018-2019 academic year. After a gloomy Wednesday, Thursday’s weather was sunny and warm, allowing students to enjoy the sun outside by
As dusk turns into night, jokes inspire laughs at Capitol City Theater, Salem’s only comedy club. The club hosts a combination of improv comedy and open mics. Before Capitol City Theater was founded in 2011, Salem comedians usually performed at dive bars or had to
On Wednesday, May 22, Chemeketa’s Video Game Club gathered around controllers, pizza and friends to celebrate their last event of the school year called, a Modern Couch Game Meetup. The club has been meeting Wednesdays from 2 p.m to 4 p.m. and has offered students