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Battlin’ Bears look to bounce back from Southern Oregon loss, sports article by Preston Davenport

The Battlin’ Bears continued their season with the official homecoming game on Sept. 23 against the College of Idaho Yotes. The game began slowly, but picked up for the Battlin’ Bears in the second quarter with two passing touchdowns from quarterback Jacob Bakken to Brandon Mosley. The Battlin’ Bears pulled away with two fourth quarter[…]

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What should be done about the grizzly bear population? editorial by Kayla Solis

After 41 years of being listed as an at risk species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), on June 22 grizzly bears were delisted in the Greater Yellowstone Area by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services because their population had achieved full recovery. National Park Services said, “The population [of grizzly bears] has grown from[…]

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Spotlight on RMC’s ombud Art Lusse, feature by Nicolas Cordero

Human conflict is inevitable, but resolving it can be challenging. Mediation and negotiation have prevented countless wars and resolved millions of conflicts around the world. Art Lusse is an expert in both of these practices. Lusse has helped hundreds of individuals, businesses, and families solve conflict in a peaceful way.  Lusse is now committed to[…]

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Body positive speaker comes to campus, feature by Cheyenne Lira

The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, located in Tech Hall, will be hosting an art exhibit from Oct. 5 until Nov. 3 featuring solo artist, Candace Forrette. The exhibit, “I, Thou” features a combination of wall pieces, three-dimensional installations, drawings, and other innovative techniques including encaustic work. The gallery is open to the public daily from 9a.m. until[…]

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Candace Forrette displays work in RMC art gallery, article by Nicolas Cordero

The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, located in Tech Hall, will be hosting an art exhibit from Oct. 5 until Nov. 3 featuring solo artist, Candace Forrette. The exhibit, “I, Thou” features a combination of wall pieces, three-dimensional installations, drawings, and other innovative techniques including encaustic work. The gallery is open to the public daily from 9a.m. until[…]