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A graveyard of stories

Picture for a moment, if you will, coming to the end of a long college term. During the past several weeks, you learned how to capture and retell the stories that constantly surround you. Your hard work is paying off: the story you reported made

Courier special “The Baron’s Curse” premieres Friday

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

For 445 years of service, Chemeketa honors retirees

On Monday, May 7, Chemeketa President Julie Huckestein and other college administrators praised the hard work and accomplishments of retiring Chemeketa employees. They also shared remarks prepared by retirees’ colleagues. The employees honored during this event are retiring after a combined 445 years of service

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The personal weight of student debt

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.