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Indie Film Group produces first film of the year

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Features  /  Comments Off

On Sat. March 9, COD’s Indie Film Group arranged and planned a film within 24 hours called “Survival Plan?”. This is the first production the group has done since reforming itself earlier in the year and they are currently working on development of a larger project that they hope to shoot at the end of […]

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Club Spotlight: Human Services Club

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Features  /  Comments Off

The COD Human Services Club is dedicated to connect to human services organizations and help serve our community. They are committed to engaging in plenty of service and volunteer work. Some of their past events include the Sex Trafficking Symposium, a Domestic Violence Fair, and the Sleep Out Saturday to help the homeless. They currently […]

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Culinary talents put to the test in cook-off

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Features  /  Comments Off

COD held a cook-off on March 21 in the cafeteria to put the culinary talents of the college to the test. Three teams each received five items to prepare then chose from either an appetizer, soup, salad, dessert, or side dish. None of the contestants knew what the items were until the cook-off began. The […]

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Sports editor predicts NCAA tournament upsets, Final Four picks

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

Austin Slott

March Madness is once again upon us and if this year’s college basketball season is any indication as to how the NCAA tournament will be, then fans will be in for a treat. Teams work all season for a chance to make it to the tournament and once they do, the slates are wiped clean. […]

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2010 harassment allegations resurface for faculty-endorsed trustee candidate Frank Flores Jr.

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  News  /  Comments Off

Frank Flores

With just 20 days before the election, allegations of harassment from 2010 have resurfaced to haunt a board of trustees candidate. Candidate Frank Flores Jr. who was a temporary assistant director of aquatics from August to December 2010, was fired after allegations of verbal harassment made to campus police and human resources, according to President […]

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When’s the last time you really went to the movies?

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Around COD, Arts & Entertainment  /  Comments Off

The After Hours Film Society is a not-for-profit cultural organization that seeks to encourage the appreciation of cinema, both as an art and as a medium of information and education. The group’s mission statement says it all: to provide the suburban community with first class foreign, art and independent films that otherwise would not be […]

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U.S. Bank to accommodate financial needs, banking for students, employees

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  News, Renovations  /  Comments Off

Banking will get a lot simpler for many U.S. Bank members at the college on March 25. The U.S. Bancorp has partnered with the college to hold one of their on-site location banks just behind the college Starbucks on the second floor of the SSC. According to Corporate Public Relations of U.S. Bancorp Patrick Swanson, […]

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The Courier asks retiring Student Leadership Council members questions about past memories, future strategies and advice for the upcoming SLC members

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Get to know, News  /  Comments Off

Hank Gordon

Gretchen Shelby (Outreach): Q: What was your favorite memory from this semester? A: The Harlem Shake, I was in a meeting and I came out and I wasn’t expecting that many people. Q: What was the biggest goal you accomplished this semester? A: Probably Harlem Shake, because I had a week to put it together […]

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