Campus Thanksgiving Lunch: starting at noon, Tuesday, Nov. 22, UCC cafeteria, free with donations accepted. Open to students and staff. Blanket, Tent, Tarp Drive for Homeless Veterans: Nov. 28 to Dec. 9. Donations bins will be located in the Student Center; cash donations may be made at the Information Desk. The drive is being run…
The sounds of the trumpet that once rang out on campus can now only be heard in our headphones. Tony D’Agnese, a local musician who took personal time from work to play his trumpet on campus after Oct. 1, has vanished. Where did he go?
A Mainstream reporter attended a Bernie Sanders rally prior to the primary election. Thousands came to Salem Tuesday, May 10 to witness Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders rally for votes in the Oregon primary on May 17.
Attending the recent Donald Trump rally in Eugene was an exhausting experience for many. People from every corner of the state – some spent many hours driving – came to witness a part of history. In unseasonably hot weather, around 4,000 people turned out to watch Donald Trump explain how to make America great again. His speech…
Giving back to the community is what the Small Group Discussion class – taught by Paula Usrey – does via service learning projects. These activities teach students how to work in a group environment while benefiting the community.
During spring break, some students received an email from the college letting them know that the academic progress of their financial aid had been updated “based on grades posted for the recently completed term.” In the email, students were further instructed to log on to Banner/Self-Service and check the updated status of their financial aid.…
Communications associate professor Paula Usrey is someone who struggled for many years without a voice. She explains her life as we would never know her, telling of the journey from a frightened, deviant person to an associate professor of Speech and Communications.
Spring Break is so close you can smell the finals in the air. The much needed break can’t come soon enough. It’s been a tough year, and a break is needed to recharge ourselves for one more go at it.
To honor the known 25 Purple Heart medal recipients attending UCC, student Gary Santos led the charge to get free designated parking spots reserved with colorful signs for these veterans.
QSA Club plans Coming Out day Queer Students Advocacy Club, formerly known as the Gay Straight Alliance, will be hosting a Coming Out Day on Feb. 29 in the cafeteria area. The event will incorporate information on gay, lesbian, cisgender and pansexual as well as other ways of identifying.