UCC expecting over $2.5 million in new coronavirus relief funds UCC will receive an additional $2.5 million boost in coronavirus-related relief due to recent legislation from Congress to supplement the $1.1 million UCC previously received under the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security CARES Act. The new Coronavirus Response and
The reopening of local schools and how its going to look The power of choosing whether or not to re-open schools has passed from the state to Oregon’s individual school boards, not without controversy. Roseburg’s k-12 school board just reversed their decisions to allow students to go back to school
Economy in confusion due to the pandemic and how it is affected After $2.2 trillion was just spit out of the invisible void for the Economic Impact Payments (EIP), or stimulus payments, many are wondering the exact consequences of this action. Due to debt and unemployment, some believe the economy
Student Athletes: a look at their everyday life during the Pandemic The Pandemic restrictions are taxing. UCC has been following strict COVID-19 guidelines. Kaevon Burney, a female UCC wrestler, is patiently waiting to hear back from the governor on when athletes can actually start practicing with contact and eventually play.
Students adapt to the pandemic, local fires, death, and political divide UCC students and staff have lost jobs, family members, relationships, homes, and, for some, the joys of life. These traumatic losses impact physical, emotional and mental life. Social distancing and isolation worsen these issues. Trauma is “an overwhelming experience
UCC sports training under NWAC color phase protocol UCC athletes going to compete this year? With all the social distancing, quarantines, and group meeting regulations it is hard to imagine how, but the UCC athletic department and coaches have been working to uphold the Northwest Athletic Conference guideline, safe, healthy
UCC Guide to 2021-2022 FAFSA changes For 2021, the U.S. Department of Education made several changes for students filing for Federal Student Aid through FAFSA (the required Free Application for Federal Student Aid), the application used by states and colleges to calculate eligibility for tuition aid, grants and scholarships. Some
As slope settles near gym, concerns raised about insurance claims, budget After the hillside abutting the gym parking lot slid on Jan. 6, cutting off power and water to five buildings, UCC campus, students, staff and community members started raising many questions about possible outcomes. In a UCC Board of