According to Kapan, the Culture Fair gives students a chance to present the culture they or their families are from. This year hosted over seven booths showcasing students’ cultures from places like Ecuador, China and Russia.
In downtown Salem, Capitol City Theater gives local entertainers the chance to perform routines before a live audience every week.
2019 Oregon Book Award winner Apricot Irving visited Chemeketa Community College on Nov. 6 to read from her book The Gospel of Trees. Her book is a memoir about her childhood as a missionary’s daughter in Haiti.
On Oct. 29, Chemeketa Community College hosted its first civil discourse event. Students were given an opportunity to discuss gun rights with their peers in what Student Life advertised as a neutral, respectful environment.
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
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