UCC library continues to provide updated services, including requested laptops To make learning and accessing school work easier, laptops are available for full time students to use in the UCC library or for check out. With these laptops, students can access the UCC computer lab from home using the college’s
New Technical Help: Making life easier for UCC students and staff Substantial student and staff resources will be coming to help make remote learning easier. UCC has been informed that funds will be available from the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security Act (CARES), the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplement Appropriations
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
Understanding the Commitment of Adoption During the Holiday Season Thinking about adopting an animal for Christmas? During the holiday season so much more is going on in a normally quiet household that bringing an animal into this may cause confusion and distraught to them. Many shelters also see a large
Yoga proven to strengthen back and core muscles: relief from back pain Sitting all day can lead to bad back pain. For those suffering, yoga has been proven to strengthen back and core muscles supporting the back and spine causing relief in back pain. According to Spine Health, written by Fred Busch,
Online School: How to stay active while staying home Remembering to stay active while doing schoolwork may be tough. Many college students find themselves with such a tight schedule of work and school that they forget about the importance of physical activity. While schoolwork is important, staying physically healthy is
Roseburg Community Cancer Center teaches breast health “Oregon is the third largest state, per capita, for late stage breast cancer diagnosis in the nation,” Turner One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetimes and 520 men will die from breast cancer this year. Because of the large
UCC remembers Oct. 1, 2015 with new memorial UCC’s Oct. 1, 2015 memorial site is nearly completed with the installation of memorial globes, a platform, stones, benches, a border and a couple of walkways. The memorial is located on the UCC campus, behind Jackson Hall overlooking the North Umpqua river.