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De-Stress with Yoga During Finals

Posted on 13 May 2015 by

Are you stressed out during finals? Doing some simple yoga poses during finals is a healthy and useful way to de-stress. These yoga poses only take about 3 minutes and 30 seconds to do, so you can fit them into your busy,busy day. One yoga pose you can do is a variation on Tadasana (Mountain […] Continue Reading…

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WestConn Visits Housatonic with Transfer Information

Posted on 12 May 2015 by

Western Connecticut State University came to visit Housatonic on May 7, with flyers and pamphlets that was set up in the Beacon Hall first floor lobby. has a lot to offer for HCC students who plan on transferring there in the future. According to Nicole Kullberg,  Associate Director of Admissions-Transfer from Western, the university has […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #11: “I Wanted to Find Something to Fill that Void”

Posted on 07 May 2015 by

“The biggest thing that I did that impacted my life was when I was 21 and gave my life over to Christ. I started going to church because I had that void in life. I wanted to find something to fill that void instead of going from guy to guy like every other girl. Once […] Continue Reading…

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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 #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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Making Long Distance Relationships Work

Posted on 02 May 2015 by

There are always negative comments or judgements held against long distance relationships, but a long distance relationships can be good in several ways. It allows the couple to grow apart, it allows the couple to know what it’s like to appreciate someone, and it allows the heart to grow fonder and make the relationship stronger. […] Continue Reading…

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Dealing with Job Loss

Posted on 21 April 2015 by

“Debbie? Jamie? Can you come here?” called my father. Jamie, my little sister, and I ran across the cold hardwood floor. Our dog, Kane, followed us, leaving a trail of his slobber behind. We run down the stairs to find our mother and father sitting down on the clean white couch. The lights were dimmed, […] Continue Reading…

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Not Your Average Health Article

Posted on 03 April 2015 by

There is something lacking in America, healthy every day routines to create a healthy lifestyle. No, this is not your average “get skinny” article. This is about loving yourself and creating a healthy body; whether you have a skinny body or a curvy body is not the focus here. It is on being healthy when […] Continue Reading…

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Psychology Club Sponsors Suicide Prevention Forum

Posted on 01 December 2014 by

HCC is taking this charge to bring this day to the scholars and staff of the school. The people need to be informed about suicide awareness because it’s caused tragedies in so many families around the world for ages. We shouldn’t be used to “suicide” as much as we are. Psychology Club took action on […] Continue Reading…

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HCC Enrollment Down This Semester

Posted on 22 October 2014 by

Everything may seem fine and dandy at Housatonic Community College from the student perspective, but is it really? According to Janice M Schaeffler, the Director of Institutional Research and Adjunct Instructor of Statistics, school enrollment has dropped by a total of 7.7 percent this semester. This can affect students and staff in a big way. […] Continue Reading…