The future of forestry education: hands-on experience available from Fire Science and Natural Resources programs at UCC This fall, Umpqua Community College’s Natural Resources program has expanded, adding three new tracks in natural resources: Fish and Wildlife, Forests and Ecosystems, and Conservation Law Enforcement. For Conservation of Law Enforcement, students
Awards for Phi Theta Kappa and what this means for their chapter UCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter Alpha Sigma Upsilon received two Hallmark awards at their annual Catalyst convention: Top 100 Chapter and Distinguished College Project Award as well as recognition as a five-star chapter, the highest level of chapter
Online learning: What it is like to learn virtually during the pandemic Students switching to school online with Zoom and Canvas talk about how challenging it can be. However, with the challenges, come many benefits. For many students, online learning is still complicated and overwhelming, but they are adapting just
Peace at Home’s annual dance competition will be free and held virtually Feb. 27 to raise money to support survivors of family violence. This is the 10th year of the competition. However, due to COVID-19, this year’s competition gala has been different for the participants as well as event planners. Peace
Local Restaurants working through Pandemic challenges Some local restaurants have been struggling more than others trying to work around the COVID-19 rules and regulations in order to stay open and keep their businesses running. Old Soul Pizza Ray Bartram with Old Soul Pizza in downtown Roseburg says that they have been
Student Athletes: a look at their everyday life during the Pandemic The Pandemic restrictions are taxing. UCC has been following strict COVID-19 guidelines. Kaevon Burney, a female UCC wrestler, is patiently waiting to hear back from the governor on when athletes can actually start practicing with contact and eventually play.
Quarantine: is there a correct way? To slow SARS-CoV-2, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Douglas County Public Health Department are highly recommending that people exposed to COVID-19 quarantine to reduce the risk of getting infected or infecting others. What, how and when do people quarantine and
Easy Thanksgiving dessert recipes from local cooks Holiday cooks get stuck in traditional Thanksgiving recipes, but with so many different recipes available maybe this year is the time to switch up the food routine. Below are three examples of fast and easy desserts that can be eaten during Thanksgiving from a