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For the first time since 2019, Umpqua Community College students will have the opportunity to consistently purchase hot meals on campus. The Friendly Kitchen, a local nonprofit, will begin providing those meals on Jan. 17.

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The Umpqua Community College Art Gallery opened its new exhibit “The Land Remembers” this week, a collection of photographs by Corvallis-based photographer Rich Bergeman showing locations of the 1851-1856 Rogue River Wars which took place in Southern Oregon.

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It was a warm, clear Friday night at the top of the hill where the Paul Morgan Observatory rests at Umpqua Community College, perfect conditions for the nearly 100 curious minds and enthusiast stargazers to observe the night sky during one of the observatory’s public viewings.

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The Mainstream, Umpqua Community College’s student newspaper, has won eight awards in seven categories from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association Collegiate Newspaper Contest.

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After a two-year closure due to COVID-19, the Paul Morgan Observatory at Umpqua Community College is reopening its doors for a free event.

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Four more graduates from the Umpqua Community College nursing program have joined in a lawsuit filed against the school for abruptly canceling the program’s national accreditation just before they graduated, which they say cost them the chance to work for a federal government facility, such …

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Students at Umpqua Community College who may be struggling financially due to issues connected to the COVID-19 pandemic could receive help thanks to federal funding the college has received. The emergency funding is intended to help cover expenses such as tuition, housing and childcare.