Artists Gail Owens, Jackie McIntyre and Hsin-Yi Huang gathered in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery on Nov. 6 to talk about their art and what inspired them in their series Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. The art installation had a collection of sculptures, paintings and prints, all
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.
On Oct. 15, the Associated Students of Chemeketa (ASC) held a listening session to involve students in the planning of their goals for the academic year.
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.
Filled with students and music, the Student Center came to life on Wednesday, Nov. 6, to celebrate Chemeketa’s Día de Los Muertos event. Linda Ringo-Reyna, the Multicultural Student Services Coordinator, has been holding this event for 14 years, 12 of which Mexican visual artist and
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.
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.
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
For the upcoming Fall term, Chemeketa plans to split the Math and Science department, a choice coming in the wake of a budget crisis which has caused the school to lay-off multiple employees.
“I’m absolutely thrilled to be here,” said Howard, “I’m very excited to meet the community and get to work.”