Archive | May, 2015

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Humans of Housatonic #9: “The Saddest Moment in My Life”

Posted on 06 May 2015 by

“The saddest moment in my life was the loss of my cousin. He died in a car crash at the age of 21 just last week. He and I were really close since we were only one year apart. This impacted my life all at once and real hard because finals are in a few […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #8: “I’d Like to Affect the World in a Positive Way…”

Posted on 06 May 2015 by

  “I’d like to affect the world in a positive way, to teach people things they arn’t normally susceptible to.” –Elliot Chudwick, Business Major More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here. 

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Humans of Housatonic #7: “I Stand Up for Gay Rights a Trillion Percent”

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“I stand up for gay rights a trillion percent. Gay rights and human rights are the same thing.” –Marlene Kinchen, Theatre Arts major, Vice-President of Unity Club More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here. 

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Psychology Fair at HCC

Posted on 05 May 2015 by

The HCC Psychology Club hosted a Psychology Fair on April 30, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the the Beacon Hall Event Center. Three speakers from different colleges around Connecticut come to Housatonic to speak about different subject matters that all were all related to psychology. About 80 people came to listen to the doctors. This […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #6: “In one word, describe each other”

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“In one word describe each other.” “Annoying.” “You’re annoying.” Douglas Braga and Kelley Figueroa, General Studies majors More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here. 

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Humans of Housatonic #5: “What’s life without a little joy and happiness?”

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“What’s life without a little joy and happiness? This is a really good friend of mine, and honestly he has made this tough year here for me much easier.” –Sergio and Matt, General Studies majors More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here.   

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Humans of Housatonic #4: “A Very Good Stepping Stone”

Posted on 05 May 2015 by

“I think [Housatonic] is a very good stepping stone from the high school to college experience. I feel like if I had gone to a four year school right away I would have gotten lost in the party aspect, but now that I know a bit more about the academic side of things, I’m more […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #3: “The Greatest Achievement in My Life”

Posted on 04 May 2015 by

“Doing what I love instead of something I was forced into was the greatest achievement in my life. I love acting and people tried to convince me to do otherwise. I’m proud that I am doing what I love because not many people can say that!” –Alondra Medina, majoring in Theatre. More Humans of Housatonic here.  […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #2: “A Big Shocker”

Posted on 04 May 2015 by

“Recently my parents have gotten divorced, and that was a big shocker. There were a few weeks of odd reactions and feelings between me and each of my parents, but that all subsided now and I think my life is getting pretty much back to normal. It felt pretty much like s***, like any other […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #1: “One-Man Army”

Posted on 04 May 2015 by

“I’m a one-man army!  I stand alone in a crowd.” –Andrew Raines, General Studies Major More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here.