Chemeketa is a microcosm of America. Our community is made up of thousands of individuals from all walks of life. Much like America as a whole, Chemeketa is home to people of nearly every imaginable ethnicity, religion, orientation, economic background, life experience and, of course, political leaning.
By Kaitlyn Wimmer At 6:40 a.m. on Thursday Aug. 8, fire alarms sounded inside Salem Health as a three-alarm fire started in an elevator shaft in the south side of Building B, according to Deputy Chief of Operations of Salem Fire, Brett Loomis and President
Reporter Jenifer Delaney asked students on campus why they decided to take Summer classes in this On The Spot.
23 employees are retiring at the end of this academic year, taking with them 453 years worth of experience at Chemeketa.
Over the weekend Woodburn Chemeketa celebrated their fourteenth annual Cinco de Mayo festivities on their campus. There was a stage set up for entertainment, including a band and singers.
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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.
The first part of our docuseries The Baron’s Curse is available now on our site and our YouTube channel.
At 10:24 a.m. on Friday, Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to reports of an explosion at the Chemeketa Brooks Regional Training Center. When officers arrived, they identified the sound as a single round discharged from a firearm into the floor of a campus bathroom.