The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, November 18, 1998, Page 9, Image 9

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Wednesday, November 18, 1998
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Unsi Empey, Matt Lawrence, Garth Johnson and Kittie Hoffman take a break before class to call up some or ineir rrienas.
KRISTA EVERSON I Clackamas Print
A day in the life...
Clackamas through the eyes of
photojournalism students
TIMOTHY A. BELL
Photo Editor
Seven photographers under the
direction of Photojournalism In­
structor Dean Walch have been
shooting at Clackamas for the
past two weeks in an assignment
that captures their unique per­
ceptions through the lens of a
camera.
Since Nov. 3, the students from
Walch's class have been required
to carry their cameras with them
at all times and capture bits and
pieces of what they felt was the
spirit of life on campus.
As part of the assignment, the
photographers were required to
carry along pencil and paper for
recording caption information, to
simulate working on an actual
newspaper.
Photojournalism can be taken
during Fall Term and is the only
class offered at Clackamas in
which aspiring photographers
can learn their trade.
LAURA BARNES / Clackamas Print
A tiny brown bunny pokes
cautiously around the paths at
the Environmental Learning
Center.
A lone sign stands by the
wooded paths of the ELC,
directing bipedal visitors to
their prescribed boundaries.
TIMOTHY A. BELL / Clackamas Print
The lost and found services provided by the ASG conflict with
the recycling bins.
CODY PAYNE / Clackamas Print
As the sun goes down the lights come out, spotlighting the traffic that races by Clackamas' campus.
KARL KA<rzKE 1 Clackamas Print