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One Bright Thing

Posted on 08 May 2020 by , , , , , , , , , , and

Introduction By Professor Steve Mark, Advisor to Horizons   In this article in April,  The New York Times posed an important question to some of its long-time reporters:  In these dark days, what’s one bright thing?    For this assignment, I posed the same question to Horizons staff.   What is “one bright thing” for you during these sometimes […] Continue Reading…

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You Gave Me A New Perspective

Posted on 05 May 2020 by

As Teacher Appreciation Week approaches, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the most influential or inspiring educators I’ve come to know throughout my 15-year career in school. I’ve been fortunate to come to know a lot of great teachers, some of who helped me foster my passion for English and Politics, others who […] Continue Reading…

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Organize Online!

Posted on 01 May 2020 by

The transition to online classes has been a difficult one for students across the country, including locally at HCC. Students have been struggling with a variety of issues, ranging from poor internet connections to being unable to remember to attend their “Zoom classes.” The biggest problem plaguing students, however, is forgetfulness. Due to classes being […] Continue Reading…

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Save Money Buying Books During the Pandemic!

Posted on 28 April 2020 by

As our virtual semester approaches its long anticipated close, the time has come again to think about registration and book purchasing for the Fall of 2020. Despite the HCC bookstore being closed, like the rest of the College, the bookstore managers have been hard at work developing an easy process for students to return and […] Continue Reading…

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COVID Doesn’t Have to Put Everything On Pause

Posted on 28 April 2020 by

While it may appear that the COVID-19 virus has brought everything to a screaming halt, HCC continues to attempt to hold business as usual. This includes the advising process as we approach the season to begin planning our next semester of classes.  Randy Sanders, an Academic Advisor from the HCC Advising Office expressed excitement and […] Continue Reading…

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A New Skill a Day Keeps the Boredom Away

Posted on 10 April 2020 by

You’ve all heard the phrase “Where words fail, music speaks.” Well, I think we’re all at a loss for words when trying to converse about our current state of affairs. We continue to repeat the same descriptors: boring, lame, annoying, boring. Let’s change it up a little: instead of talking about COVID-19 and quarantine, sing […] Continue Reading…

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Quarantine Wellness: How A New Self-Care Routine Will Change Your Life

Posted on 03 April 2020 by

I am the first person to acknowledge how much this quarantine sucks. I don’t leave my house often, my parents work all day so, as a result, I am alone most of the time, and I’ve gotten so ahead on my work that I quite literally have “nothing to do.” After moping around my house […] Continue Reading…