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Opinion: Vaccines Only One Part of Health

Fall doesn’t just bring falling leaves and crisp winds. It also marks the beginning of flu season.

Local pharmacies and doctor’s offices have begun setting up flu clinics all over Clark County, and many people have started getting their yearly flu vaccine. 713 more words

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Students and Staff Push Back Against Proposed Budget Cuts

President Bob Knight held an open discussion Oct. 22 in front of a packed Fireside Lounge to answer an array of questions, mostly related to the proposed budget cuts of $2.6 million. 591 more words

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Umpqua Tragedy Reopens Armed Security Debate

The shooting at Umpqua Community College renewed conversation among the administration about security on Clark’s campus.

On Oct. 1, a gunman entered Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon killing nine students before being neutralized by police officers responding to 911 calls. 1,117 more words

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Proposed Budget Cut Student Feedback Welcomed

ASCC hosted an open forum Thursday at noon in PUB, welcoming students to ask questions and voice their concerns about the proposed budget cuts.

At the event, Vice President of Instruction Tim Cook walked through the rationale for each program on the proposal. 159 more words

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Extended Test: 2013 Jaguar XF 2.2 Premium Luxury

Over the past couple of months I’ve skirted the peripheries of the XF, but there’s only so much scorpion dancing even I can manage – especially in these shoes. 632 more words

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Vine Extends C-Tran Scope

Clark students may soon be finding a few more parking spots while waiting less time to get around town.

The acting administrator for the Federal Transit Administration, Therese McMillan, and C-Tran Executive Director Jeff Hamm met at Clark College Sept. 392 more words

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