Electronics students showcase capstone projects

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A stand-alone system for pulling hydrogen from water to generate electricity. Recycling 3D printing scrap for reuse. Automated seed planting. You can’t accuse Chemeketa’s industrial electronics students of thinking small for their capstone projects. The students presented their projects to an audience … 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

Meet the new new– Vis Com Portfolio Show is June 8

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For twenty-three men and women, the 22nd annual Visual Communications Portfolio Show is the opportunity to show staff, students, alumni and industry leaders their talent and dedication to craft. Held in the Visual Communications studio suite, guests will enjoy refreshments and the chance … Continued

End of Year BBQ is May 31

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Get in line for some burgers and veggie burgers courtesy of the President’s Office. The annual End of Year BBQ is set for Wednesday, May 31 from 11:30 am to 1 pm in the Salem Campus new quad. As always, … 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