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7 Steps to Writing your Paper on a Tight Deadline

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

By this time of the semester, there’s a 99% chance that you’ve Googled “How to stop procrastinating” about a million times. Of course you’ll never really implement those strategies, not in the near future anyway. Oh, and remember that eight-page paper from the beginning of the semester? It’s due tomorrow! This has happened to everyone […] Continue Reading…

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Thanksgiving Luncheon at H.C.C.

Posted on 26 November 2014 by

It’s Turkey Time! On Monday November 24, 2014, Housatonic students gathered in the Lafayette Hall Cafeteria to enjoy a Thanksgiving Luncheon, sponsored by the Student Senate. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey, gravy, rice and beans, salad, and a green bean and carrot vegetable medley were on the menu. There were also sodas and water for beverages, […] Continue Reading…

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After-Turkey Oblivion and How to Avoid It

Posted on 21 November 2014 by

It is the meal that we wait all year for; the one for which we spend countless days and hours finding recipes, buying ingredients and preparing to share with our families. All of this time and effort climaxes with a few hours spent gathered ‘round the dinner table, everyone stuffing their faces with turkey, stuffing, […] Continue Reading…

Photo of The Haunting on Lindley St.

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The Haunting on Lindley Street

Posted on 27 October 2014 by

As summer fades  leaves change from green to shades of orange, red, and brown. Another scenic chilly fall descends upon us. This is a time when the days get shorter, the nights get colder. At this particular time of year many have claimed unusual sightings and other interactions with spirits and ghosts. Hauntings, or frequent, […] Continue Reading…

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How to Slash the Price of your Education

Posted on 22 October 2014 by

Said simply, School Ain’t Cheap. Students pay, on average, $22,826 a year for in-state tuition at a four year college. Private college tuition runs at approximately $44,750 a year. As many students and parents who foot the bills have said, ”money doesn’t grow on a tree in their backyard.”  Many students just cannot afford these […] Continue Reading…

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A Librarian for the Students

Posted on 22 October 2014 by

Mark Gore is a book lover, like most librarians, but his favorite part of working in Housatonic’s library is definitely helping the students. At first glance he’s tall, with slightly dark and slick hair, glasses, and an English accent. He’s probably one of the first people you see when you walk into the library, sitting […] Continue Reading…