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About Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1976)
Welcome, dear reader, to the first
issue of THE COUGAR PRINT. This
issue is dedicated to both new and old
students and we hope it meets with
For those students unfamiliar with
student publications here at Clackamas
Community College, we are stationed
in Trailer B. Trailer B is located on
1/100 of an acre which would over
look the tennis courts if there weren't
other trailers blocking the view.
Since there doesn't seem to be
much to editorialize about this week
we thought we would just toss out a
few random bits of information.
As all registered students know, a
questionnaire was being handed out
to see what kinds of activities students
would like student government to pro-
mote, This includes student preferen-
ces to kinds of music for dancing, and
kinds of sports preferred for intra-
murals. This questionnaire also had a
space for listing a student's special
interests and a space for asking ques
tions of student government.
Every student contributes to stu
dent government through registration
fees. Therefore, students should take
any opportunities they get to tell stu
dent government how they would like
their money to be used. Those stu
dents who don't offer any input have
no business complaining, at a later date,
that student government is not spend
ing this money in a manner they
There are a number of programs
and activities on campus that students
can involve themselves in -- not the
least of which is student publications,
Any students who have worked on a
high school publication in any capa-
city are welcome to drop by Trailer
B to check out the program. Those
students who have not worked on a
publication before but would like the
chance to do so should stop by, too.
We can use writers, photographers
and people to work on the production
end of things. Interested students can
check the student handbook (page 19),
for more details.
Student publications is a student
service. The staff of THE COUGAR
PRINT hopes to come up with some
articles worth reading, as does any
newspaper staff. We hope we can per
form a useful service to the students
and we encourage letters to the editor
or suggestions for areas of news cover
age students feel would be of value to
We hope to stir up some healthy
controversy this year but we hope we
aren't the major cause. In any event,
welcome to CCC and don't forget to
read the COUGAR PRINT every week.
It could start a tradition rivaling wiping
one's feet before entering the house.
From Mike Ayers, Associated Student Government
President, and Charlie Bennett, ASG Vice President:
The Oyster & The Eagle
When God made the oyster, He guaranteed him economic
and social security. He built the oyster a house, a shell
to protect him from his enemy. When hungry, the oyster
simply opens his shell, and the food rushes in.
But when God made the eagle, He said, "The blue sky is
the limit. Go build your own house." And the eagle went
and built his house on the highest mountain crag, where storms
threatened him every day. For food, he flies through miles
of rain and snow and wind.
The eagle, not the oyster, is the emblem of America!
Don't you think we have enough oysters already? It's
time to get the eagles off the ground.
See us at Student Activities if you'd like to get involved.
CLACKAMAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS STAF!
19600 S. Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
Offices: Trailer B - Telephone: 656-2631 ext. 259
COUGAR PRINT is published every Thursday during the scM
year. Deadline is each Monday at noon. Opinions expressed!
COUGAR PRINT are those of the writers and not necessarily the
of the Student Government, the Faculty or the Administration!
the college. The COUGAR PRINT is an associate member of q
Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association.
.. Jim Rogi
. Denise Lin
STAFF WRITERS: Brad Boyer, Marcia Hamilton, Brent Bens'
Debby Griffin, Harry Bielskis, Ann Breyne.
.... Randy Cla
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