In honor of national Count Your Buttons Day on Oct. 21, Chemeketa Press instructional editor Stephanie Lenox read a small collection of poems for Soapbox Poetry.
After falling short in the first round of playoffs in the 2018–19 season, the Chemeketa men’s soccer team is looking to make a name for themselves with a team full of fresh faces.
On Oct. 5, friends and family gathered on Commercial Street to not only remember the loss of Shatamera Pruden but celebrate the opening of a crosswalk in her honor.
Danielle Baca is in the business of helping people take a lifelong plunge. Baca is the sole owner and artist at My Living Canvas, a tattoo parlor tucked away in Pringle Plaza downtown Salem. Once a month, she holds $30 mini tattoo events. “I established
On the Spot: How are you adjusting to the start of fall term?
The new academic year ushered in a new start for Chemeketa’s Acclaimed Artist concert series. The first concert was on Sept. 30 and featured the group Huun Huur Tu.
Contract negotiations between Chemeketa’s administration and the school’s Classified Employee Association wrapped up in June with the contract being fully ratified at the end of July by the association.
Tracey Jimenez Second-year, addiction studies “Well, I was a hairdresser for 31 years. I got fired from my job as a director of beauty college, and it really did a number on me. I thought, well, my life is over. Then I thought, you know what?