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Who heals the healers?

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    Jordan Unicume, UCC paramedic student, and Roger Kennedy, UCC program adviser, are familiar with stress. Corden Drift / The Mainstream

The untold story of emergency responder stress The emotional toll suffered by people in medical professions is seldom told. Those out on the front lines and in the emergency room attempting to save family and friends are only human. TV shows like “House M.D.” and “Grey’s Anatomy” portray medically trained professionals as heroes who can…

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Men’s basketball defeat Lane Titans in dramatic fashion on home court

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The UCC men’s Riverhawk basketball team rode a two game win streak in Roseburg with their victory against Eugene’s Lane Community College, extending their current winning streak to three games by defeating the Titans 81-72 Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the Riverhawk nest. The men had a slow start, giving up an early lead to the…

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Riverhawks emerge victorious from the courts

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    Guard Ashley Backen and Forward Jordan Stotler lock in defensively against the Titans Corden Drift / The Mainstream

Women’s basketball obliterate Lane, 77-58 The women’s basketball team’s 2017 basketball season started off strong after defeating the 2016 Northwest Athletic Conference Champions Lane Titans, 77-58, Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Riverhawk nest in Roseburg, Oregon. UCC entered the game ready for a clash with the Titans as both teams were fighting for the top…

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Riverhawks defeat SWOCC Lakers, earn berth into NWAC Tournament

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    The UCC Riverhawks women's volleyball team celebrates and poses after victory over SWOCC. Corden Drift / The Mainstream

Umpqua came in fourth in the league, the South division, after tournament play. The UCC women’s volleyball team created a night to behold Wednesday, Nov. 9 at the Riverhawk nest defeating the SWOCC Lakers in dominating fashion, winning all the three sets 25-14, 25-13, 25-13. The night honored the sophomores who will be graduating later…

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Riverhawks fall to Chemeketa Storm in competitive three set match

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    Olivia Gulliford, Kaysie Cornelio and Felicia Sparks, await serve attempt from Chemeketa Corden Drift / The Mainstream

The women’s volleyball team lost to Chemeketa Community College in a competitive three set match at the Riverhawks nest Friday, Oct. 28. UCC lost all three sets in the match 25-18, 25-22 and 26-24; however, the match was more compelling than the final scores indicate.

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UCC confidently goes into second half of season defeating SU

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    UCC Riverhawk #7 Kaylee Hagadorn serves toward the SU Red Hawks Corden Drift /The Mainstream

The Umpqua Community College women’s volleyball team defeated Simpson University in convincing fashion Monday, Oct. 17, 26-28, 25-17, 25-16, 25-16 at the Riverhawks Nest in Roseburg, Oregon. With the win, UCC moved their overall record to 20-17 and continue their season with confidence as UCC has multiple conference games coming in the near future. The…

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St. Joseph’s dedicates Oct. 1 memorial to UCC

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    An arrangement of flowers and candles surrounded the memorial along with photographs of the victims.

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Roseburg dedicated their new memorial Friday, Sept. 30 to those who lost their lives Oct. 1, 2015. The family of Lucero Alcaraz, one of the students who died in Snyder 15, attended the commemoration service.

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