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Stop Believing and Start Seeing

Posted on 18 December 2015 by

I have never been a very religious person. Growing up I probably thought about God and the afterlife just about as much as anyone else really. I see how much it plays a role in the world we live today; whether it be in the United States, the Middle East or anywhere else in the […] Continue Reading…

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Police for the Next Generation

Posted on 24 November 2015 by

It has never been easy to be a Police Officer, according to my father, who was a member of the Bridgeport Police Department for twenty-five years. The stress that anything that can happen will happen, fear of making the wrong decision or action, and just having almost everyone just plain hate you and love firemen […] Continue Reading…

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The End of Stress

Posted on 13 May 2015 by

This week Housatonic is holding an event, “Keep Calm and Study On,” with the main purpose of relieving the stress that many of its students may be feeling during the time of finals. On the very first day of this event, Monday 5-11, I was able to partake and see what it was all about. Mainly […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #13: “My Main Aim Right Now”

Posted on 08 May 2015 by

“What’s your main aim right now?” “Travel the world and take care of my mama. Oh, and marriage and kids, but that is, uhh, gross!” –Alyssa Phillips, General Studies More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here. 

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Humans of Housatonic #12: “I Know I’m Different”

Posted on 07 May 2015 by

“I know I’m different. I’m friends with everyone, and I’ll join groups that others hate.” –James Peterson St. Fleur, Engineering Science Major More Humans of Housatonic here.  Learn about the Humans of Housatonic series here.   

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Stay Safe and Keep on Learning

Posted on 03 April 2015 by

“To be totally honest I’m not even sure what the school’s policy is. If it was the case I just find the easiest path to the garage,” HCC student Louis Cruze answered when asked what he would do in the event if a shooter entered the campus or a fire broke out. HCC student Danielle […] Continue Reading…

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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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Thanksgiving: For What It’s Worth

Posted on 24 November 2014 by

Full disclosure, and I think a lot people can in one way or another agree or connect with this, Thanksgiving at my home every year is nothing more than a straight shit show that usually by its end has utterly evolved, or devolved, into absolute Hell on Earth. This is not to say Thanksgiving is […] Continue Reading…