New brand guidelines published

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The new brand style guide is now available on the Brand Identity System site of Employee Dashboard. Two of the most significant changes are – Replacing e-mail with email Treating the full names of our locations as proper nouns, e.g. … Continued

June President’s Recognition Report

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Julie recognized before the Board of Education the following colleagues for recent contributions to Chemeketa and to their professions – Kathy Campbell, dean of Financial Aid and Veterans’ Services, was awarded the Lifetime Member Award from the Western Association of … Continued

Prepare for the Great Eclipse

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Chemeketa is offering special showings of “Eclipse: The Sun Revealed” to help the community appreciate the total eclipse of the sun on August 21. The showings will be in the Building 6 auditorium on the Salem Campus on: Sunday, July … Continued

Theater classes return to Chemeketa

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Acting and theater appreciation classes return to Chemeketa fall term. Local theatre veteran Jay Gipson-King authored the curriculum and will teach the classes. Gipson-King knows his way around the footlights. He wrote, produced and acted in his first play for … Continued

“Make yourself a safe place”

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There is an uncommon rapport between Nicole and Wayne Maines that you might not expect at first. The long-legged young woman in strappy heels and the dad-bodied man in ill-fitting khakis don’t appear to be a pair until you sense … Continued

Inspiring students

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The Student Retention & College Life program review presentation is Friday, June 16 in Building 9, Room 112 from 1 pm-2:30 pm. Manuel Guerra, Grecia Garcia Perez, Adam Holden, Michelle Limas, Yesica Navarro and Linda Ringo Reyna are committed to doing … Continued

Bottling the bounty

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Wine Studies students are busy bottling wine at Chemeketa Eola. It’s an annual tradition but this year they get to use some new equipment. In the past students have hand-bottled their wines using a 6-bottle filler. This year they used a mobile … Continued

Welding for Mt. Angel Oktoberfest

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Most days, Mt. Angel is a quiet community best known for its monastery. That all changes in mid-September when the wiener dogs race, the brauts plump and the frosty beverages flow. One of the challenges Oktoberfest organizers face each year is … Continued