Stress and a poor diet are unfortunate realities for many college students; often there is little time to consider a nutritious meal. With the busy work-life balance that many students have to navigate, gut health is frequently put lowest on the priority list. However, not all students disregard their diet.
Editor’s Note: The author has participated in previous UCC plays, one of which is discussed within the article. Although last term Kat Grammon was the only student in theater director Bart McHenry’s Acting 1 course, McHenry’s task to reboot the theater program in a post-pandemic era is slowly getting students
Dustin Cosby, newly-appointed Accessibility Services coordinator and veterans’ advisor, keeps the door to his office frequently ajar, though Cosby himself can be often seen flitting in and out in a hustle-bustle rhythm custom of his novelty to the position. Many may recognize his trademark suit-and-tie ensemble: previous to the departure
UCC’s widely acclaimed nursing program is working to supplement its current state approval by regaining national accreditation status through the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The national accreditation isn’t required by the Oregon State Board of Nursing which has always approved UCC’s
While some students may be satisfied with a pass, other students feel the need to go above and beyond. Overachieving students don’t necessarily have easy lives and many face adversity, but that doesn’t stop three UCC students from overachieving. Amy Murry Amy Murry, a non-traditional student, is in her third
Following through; what lies in the library’s future With the awarding of a Title III Grant in fall of 2021, UCC’s Library should be in active works of renovation and revitalization of its space. However, after a year has passed, architectural plans for the library’s evolution to a proposed Teaching
Editor’s note: The Mainstream usually shares the stories of other students, but this time we are also including a first-person account of our feature editor who attends school with a challenging health condition. She tells her own story alongside the stories of other students who also have health struggles. Rachel
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of three stories about UCC students’ daily lives. Our goal with the series is to showcase the often-extraordinary challenges that current college students deal with. QSA member, Sahara Napper, discusses pronoun importance Second-year transfer student Sahara Napper was born female, but