This fall students and staff are finding new ways to get to school and reduce emissions. Carpooling and using alternative transportation is becoming more common at Umpqua Community College for students and staff. Mike Mateo, a UCC math instructor, can be seen waiting to take the Umpqua Transit bus homeContinue Reading

Editor’s Note: The Mainstream staff normally don’t share their own stories, but the topic of homelessness is so personal and so closely related to identity that this story must be told. Homelessness can happen in a heartbeat, sometimes to those who least expect it. It’s not only about what theContinue Reading

College students love nothing more than a hot caffeinated beverage, especially when their least favorite class gets canceled. Although coffee is a caffeine favorite, tea is also a valued option with a broader variety of flavors. “I believe tea has so many health benefits, ranging from controlling blood pressure toContinue Reading

The Umpqua RiverHawks volleyball team fell short in a tough loss to Lane Community College on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018 in Eugene. Despite winning the first set, Umpqua ultimately lost to Lane in four sets (3-1). Set scores were 25-15, 25-12, 25-21, 25-23 in Lane’s favor. With Umpqua fighting forContinue Reading

If an athlete only has time to perfect their game, then why did Taylor Stricklin prove that wrong? In spite of Stricklin’s six-hour basketball practices, hours of homework, weekly traveling for games, she was able to fit in community service. Over 80 hours to be exact. As a resulting, thisContinue Reading

A room full of roughly 20 girls ready to pin each other down is a unique experience, but women from around the country gather daily at UCC with that single purpose: to wrestle. The wrestling room on campus is home to both the women’s and men’s practices. Asia DeWeese, theContinue Reading

Just one day after the third anniversary of the UCC mass shooting, the state on Oct. 2 held an all-day Trauma Informed Care Training and Community Forum in the Lang Center on campus. Host Mandy Davis, the director for Trauma Informed Oregon, engaged 130 people in a conversation about recognizingContinue Reading

People nationwide are preparing for October’s month of domestic violence awareness. Students and staff gathered Friday, Oct. 5 to discuss potential ways to prevent domestic violence. Students also created an art project with red flag banners that were displayed in the Campus Center. The red flag banners on the frontContinue Reading