Landslip on UCC Campus: Breaking water and power lines A minor landslip occurred at the north side of UCC’s campus, breaking an old water line and an underground power line, cutting off water and power to some campus buildings after heavy rains in the area. The UCC community was notifiedContinue Reading

Online School: How to stay active while staying home Remembering to stay active while doing schoolwork may be tough. Many college students find themselves with such a tight schedule of work and school that they forget about the importance of physical activity. While schoolwork is important, staying physically healthy isContinue Reading

Southern Oregon Food and Beverage: Fair Food to go Feeling like you missed out in 2020? Knowing that the annual Douglas County Fair was going to be canceled this year, Fair Food To Go brought a little bit of normalcy into the fairgrounds on Oct. 23 through Oct. 25 whenContinue Reading

Roseburg Community Cancer Center teaches breast health “Oregon is the third largest state, per capita, for late stage breast cancer diagnosis in the nation,” Turner One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetimes and 520 men will die from breast cancer this year. Because of the largeContinue Reading

New UCC Memorial. Photo provided by UCC

UCC remembers Oct. 1, 2015 with new memorial UCC’s Oct. 1, 2015 memorial site is nearly completed with the installation of memorial globes, a platform, stones, benches, a border and a couple of walkways. The memorial is located on the UCC campus, behind Jackson Hall overlooking the North Umpqua river. Continue Reading