UCC affirms commitment to the arts amidst rumor mill backlash Even the best laid plans can go awry. When those plans are nascent, controversial and frightening, that planning might lead to disaster or gossip. The UCC Board of Education and the UCC President’s Office were recently pressured to address rumorsContinue Reading

UCC expecting over $2.5 million in new coronavirus relief funds UCC will receive an additional $2.5 million boost in coronavirus-related relief due to recent legislation from Congress to supplement the $1.1 million UCC previously received under the Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security CARES Act. The new Coronavirus Response andContinue Reading

Bridal photographer captures journey When a bride hires Riley Jean Bibey as her photographer, she should prepare for cardio because Bibey is ready for any adventure. With her Southern Oregon business, Riley Jean Photo Co., Bibey’s laughter and activity accompany the couples she guides through their wedding journey. Bibey utilizesContinue Reading

Job seekers make connections at UCC virtual job fair Local employers were brought together to connect with UCC students during a virtual job fair created by UCC’s Student Job Placement Coordinator, Inez Orozco. The job fair occurred Tuesday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as representatives of localContinue Reading