Intervening for our well-being

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Concern for our students and staff is represented in the meaning of the Kalapuyan word that gives Chemeketa its name. Our priority to maintain “a place of peace” is also reflected in the teams devoted to keeping us safe and … Continued

New community ed schedule

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The new community education schedule features a class on hair as a key performance indicator (KPIH). Director Steve Patterson says, “The relationship between hairstyle and getting ahead is a growing field.” Participants in the class will learn – The power of hair … Continued

Fifty shades of fangs

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The challenge. Could I find 50 sappy, happy smiling dogs? To the beach we go! Where else can you find smiling dogs? Sand in your toes, sun on your face… and oh, the smells. Only a dog would understand. Through … Continued

Spring break service

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While many of us were enjoying a leisurely spring break, a dedicated group of Chemeketa students and staff journeyed to Nicaragua as part of our international service learning program. The Statesman Journal caught up with some of them just before they … Continued

Staff top Students in Smackdown XI

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A glow-in-the-dark basketball. That’s the trophy in the annual Students vs. Staff Smackdown basketball game. And in the 11th iteration of this annual Chemeketa Community College tradition, held March 17 on Paldanius Court at the Salem campus, the crowd was entertained … Continued

LBCC honors Julie

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Linn-Benton Community College is honoring Chemeketa President Julie Huckestein with its Distinguished Alumni award. She is one of three LBCC alumni to receive the award this year their Board of Education announced at its March 18 meeting. Each year the LBCC Foundation solicits … Continued