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  • Two girls practicing yoga.

    New Yoga Club Takes Shape

    Iara Lomprey is in her fourth quarter at Clark and knows first-hand how busy life as a student can be. In addition to her academic studies at Clark, she’s also training to become a certified yoga teacher. Yoga has helped her learn how to balance it all and find peace. “Through my yoga practice, I’ve learned a lot of techniques to acknowledge that stress but set it aside,” she said. Both Lomprey and fellow yoga enthusiast Pema Amida hope to offer that relief to others. They’ve received [read more]
  • A table with ice cream and soda with students waiting in line

    ASCC Encourages Voter Awareness

    Nearly 100 students stopped by the “Floats for Votes” stand outside Gaiser Student Center to sign their names and get free root-beer floats, but only two registered to vote. ASCC hosted the event on Nov. 3, the last day to vote in Clark County local elections. Colleges play a massive role in educating young voters and providing opportunities for students to get involved in their community. ASCC plays its part to raise awareness for elections each year by hosting events and handing out [read more]
  • A group of soccer players are huddled in the field

    Strong Soccer Seasons come to an End

    The season ended for both the women’s and men’s soccer teams.  Both teams fell in the quarterfinals of the NWAC playoffs. Their seasons ended within hours of each other, with the men losing to Tacoma Community College in penalty kicks (2-4).  The women lost to Highline Community College 2-0 after a goal in the first minute of the game. That was sophomore captain Megan Fox’s last collegiate game. While this was the first time the women’s team has advanced this far, it was nothing new [read more]
  • Illustration of what the new building will look like

    Let It Simmer: Temporary Absence of Culinary Areas Due to Remodelling

    Clark students with a sweet tooth should consider stocking up on desserts in the weeks remaining before Winter quarter. A complete renovation of the bakery and culinary space in Gaiser Hall is set to begin by February. The culinary program, which has been on hiatus since Winter 2014, will be reinstated in Fall 2016, according to Tim Petta, director of Facilities. The bakery has been operational but will be closed until the project is completed. The 20,000 square-foot space will seat 164 [read more]
  • Graphic of Stats about Domestic Violence

    Clark Shines Light on Dark Problems

    “Far too many of my students, sadly, have first-hand knowledge of domestic violence,” said Kerry Duff, Clark Women’s Studies instructor. October, being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, brought to light that a number of Clark students and locals have first-hand experience of domestic violence and sex trafficking. Twenty people are physically abused by their intimate partners every minute, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. In addition, the Washington State [read more]
In the spotlight

Budget Cuts Finalized at $2.2 million

by Cameron Wright in In The Spotlight

Editor’s note:  This story was updated Nov. 17 to include information regarding Vice President of Instruction Tim Cook’s meeting with the board of trustees [read more]




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