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Campus Life

New Leadership Oregon empowers women

New Leadership Oregon, is an award winning program focused on helping women reach their full potential in leadership roles. Annually housed during the summer at the Center for Women’s Leadership at Portland State University, the intense six day program gives participants the empowerment and skills to take on leadership positions in the workforce, politics and… Keep Reading

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Campus Life

Snyder Hall rebuild approved

A new future has been approved for Snyder Hall, but questions remain on what changes the project will bring to the UCC community. The UCC Board of Trustees, advised by a committee made up of faculty and students as well as community members voted unanimously on a proposal to rebuild Snyder based on preliminary plans… Keep Reading

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Campus Life

Future plans for campus security in the works

Campus security and questions of what has changed since Oct . 1 are still on the minds of many. Changes in security began last term and are continuing. Besides the deputy who is already on patrol, additional security staff have been requested in a grant that will go before the Oregon legislature in February. Keep Reading

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Campus Life

NASA educator inspires STEM students

  Eric Stoltz, a NASA employee, visited UCC on Jan. 15, giving students and faculty a message of solidarity as well as a unique look into the opportunities available for those interested in a career with the space agency. Originally from Evergreen Valley Community College in San Jose, California, Stead said he felt the impact… Keep Reading

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Campus Life

ASUCC Vice President meets with U.S. Secretary of Education

ASUCC Vice President Joshua Friedlein recently met with U.S. Secretary of Education to discuss school violence. His tale from Oct. 1 came with him. When Duncan retired at the end of 2015, after meeting with Josh and other student advisers, many of the points he mentioned in his farewell speech concerned the student’s session’s, indicating… Keep Reading

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Campus Life

Natural Resources Program Offered

A new natural resources program is offering UCC students a chance to learn hands-on from local experts in fields such as environmental monitoring, ecology and conservation science. The UCC Associate of Science program is titled Natural Resources: Landscape Monitoring. It is designed as the first two years of a four year OSU degree. Students can… Keep Reading

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Campus Life

New On-Campus Security Measures

Increased Security On Campus A retired deputy with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office started providing security on the UCC campus Nov. 9, 2015 as the first of a series of security changes being sought.   Deputy Scott Batsch will provide security 35 hours a week and remain on staff until June of next year. Batsch… Keep Reading

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Campus Life/Sports

Campus Clubs Offer Students Connections

On-campus clubs are beginning to gather again, providing an environment for students with common interests to connect, share, and support one another. The focus is on having fun, meeting new friends and getting involved in the local community. According to Amy Baker, a therapist and head of the Trauma Support center at UCC, bringing people… Keep Reading

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Campus Life

UCCStrong Fund Dispenses Second Phase

The second phase of the UCCStrong fund distribution is underway. This phase is set aside for those in Snyder Hall rooms 14 to 16 and provides funds for unrestricted use of unmet financial needs. The first phase was for primary victims in Snyder 15 due to the Oct. 1 incident. Keep Reading

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