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The Art Gallery in Umpqua Community College, Whipple Fine Arts building presents “Angels Passing” by Michael Hoeye. Hoeye graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri with a Bachelor of Arts. He later received a Master of Arts in Religion and Psychiatry from Union Thelogical Seminary in New York, New York. Hoeye moved back to Oregon in 1992 and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. The exhibit features people from Hoeye’s neighborhood in Portland. He captures the people in actions that seem ordinary and meaningless as he passes them on the streets during their daily routines. Hoeye uses a series of mediums such as drawing, photography,Read More →

resiliency and wellness

Umpqua Community College is working on building a new wellness department on campus to focus on students’  mental health and accessibilities needs.  A  wellness center is now located in the Educational Skills Building  across from the Swanson Amphitheater. The center provides many recourses to help students through difficult times such as specialty short term counseling services, special academic advising, weekly wellness workshops, support groups and  the resiliency room (located in ESB 9). A group from Dustin Cosby’s Small Group discussion class is hosting a Resiliency Week in the LaVerne Murphy Student Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 27 to March 3 to helpRead More →