Tapʰòytʰaʼ Hall or duh-POY-tuh Hall?

If you thought UCC’s Humanities Building was pronounced “Tapʰòytʰaʼ,” think again. The building’s name, Tapʰòytʰaʼ Hall, pronounced duh-POY-tuh, emerged in the aftermath of the 2015 shooting tragedy at Umpqua Community College. Replacing the original Snyder Hall, the new building’s name symbolizes a commitment to safety, security, and well-being. The building’s Read more…

ASUCC helps students fight stress and anxiety with little glimmers throughout stressful weeks

ASUCC wants to help bring light to students through the good and bad times of college. Larisa Czernowski, ASUCC president, says, “Our goal is little changes. It doesn’t always have to be something overarching and huge. I think it starts with little changes.” ASUCC mission and plans for campus A mission ASUCC has is creating more campus spaces that feel Read more…

UCC sets pace for next 3 years

UCC’s new three-year strategic “doing” plan, recently presented by President Rachel Pokrandt, takes a three-pronged approach to prosperity: increase opportunity, increase value and focus on the future. “UCC will thrive,” writes Pokrandt; “We proved our ability to change during the pandemic. Let’s harness that ability and speed. The time is now. We Read more…