Archive | March, 2015

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Snapshot Profile: Joanne Anzenberger

Posted on 30 March 2015 by

Professor Joanne Anzenberger is a veteran police officer of nearly thirty years and a Criminal Justice teacher here at Housatonic. Since the age of twelve, Anzenberger hoped to one day become a teacher and not only hopes to educate her students on the letter of the law and how to become police officers, but also […] Continue Reading…

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Student Produces New Cartoon Ideas

Posted on 27 March 2015 by

It is not every day that someone can turn on their television and create what they see on the screen. At the age of eight, sophomore Tyrone Falls began drawing his favorite cartoon characters in his sketchbook. This sparked his love for all things art. Falls purchased a top-of-the-line designer tablet, Wacom Cintig Companion, traditionally […] Continue Reading…

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Surviving a War Zone

Posted on 26 March 2015 by

Mohamed Khatib is a student at HCC in his third semester as a Liberal Arts major. Before he came to Housatonic, Khatib attended the University of Damascus in Syria for two weeks until it closed due to the war that broke out. He stayed there for about one year after the war started before he […] Continue Reading…

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“So Much of It Is Improvisation”: Adjunct Professor Mark Lamoureux

Posted on 25 March 2015 by

Every human holds within their being a passion, a calling to do something so strong, we often feel as if something is missing from our lives until that thing is discovered. Often we will try to make a living off of our passions, but sometimes the universe has different plans. For Professor Mark Lamoureux, this […] Continue Reading…