On Feb. 13, Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery holds the Splendid Ambiguity. The art will be displayed until March 15. The gallery holds art from the including artists: Amanda Triplett, Emily Silvis and Elizabeth Grimsrud. The Gretchen Art Gallery is located in building 3, Rm. 112, at
This story is part of a partnership between the Courier and Salem Reporter and was originally published on their website. On Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, the Chemeketa Community College board sat silently as the college’s Chief Financial Officer proposed another tuition increase for the 2019–2020
The Chemeketa Players’ fall production Giants Have Us in Their Books, which is comprised of six short plays by José Rivera, played in the Chemeketa Auditorium from Nov. 2 to Nov. 9. Due to casting problems, only five of the six were performed. As explained
“I have a problem,” said Chemeketa art instructor Laura Mack as she began a talk at TEDxSalem 2018. “I’m an artist and an art education advocate, and I live in a city that has no art teachers in the elementary schools.” It’s true: Salem-Keizer School
Photos from the event.
We’re nearing the end of winter, which means playoff season is almost upon us. The Chemeketa Storm Men’s Basketball Team has had a fairly up and down season. However, they are looking to make some noise come playoff time. The team is led by Head
Due to rising tuition costs, college isn’t getting any cheaper. What should a college do when some of its students can’t even afford the necessary textbooks? Chemeketa has found one answer: make its own. And now these books will be coming to colleges across the
You may not know the name of Chemeketa’s new Vice President David Hallett, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t playing an important role in your life as a student. Like Andrew Bone before him, who recently retired after nearly a quarter century of service, Hallett
Chemeketa is ringing in the new year with an opportunity to see some of the amazing talent working at our college.
The success of an organization like Chemeketa depends on the abilities of those who serve it. Chemeketa’s success cannot and should not be attributed to any single individual. But no one, save for perhaps Andrew Bone himself, would argue that Bone hasn’t earned a place