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Pour It Up, Pour It Up: Wine Consumption Does Your Health Wonders

Posted on 11 December 2015 by

Seen as the drink as old as time, wine has been both used as an offering to the gods and consumed for less than religious purposes for centuries. But  the naysayers that believe this drink of choice brings no real benefits to the table may want to rethink this perspective. Studies show that wine consumption […] Continue Reading…

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Drinking Wonderland: The Spike in Drunk Driving during the Holiday Season

Posted on 10 December 2015 by

Winter is coming,  which means Christmas parties among friends, and that late night New Year’s Eve countdown. It’s a safe bet for wine bottles to be uncorked, mixed drinks to be had, and champagne to be popped open. Whatever the reason – ringing in the new year with shots of Jameson or downing a glass […] Continue Reading…

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50 Years and Counting: A Look into the HCC Museum of Art

Posted on 21 October 2015 by

The Housatonic Museum of Art is turning 50 and recently celebrated by offering viewers a glimpse into the works of this new collection. While some see it as a typical art gallery on a college campus, it’s actually an established cornerstone in the college and community, a showcase of talent, history, and creativity. From ancient […] Continue Reading…

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Theatre Presence

Posted on 06 October 2015 by

Geoffrey Sheehan is definitely a well-known  name around campus.  The thespian is coming into his seventeenth year teaching at Housatonic. The professor is a man of many classes; he teaches courses ranging from Shakespeare and Introduction to Theatre to English and Acting – a strong and passionate point we discussed was a point that many […] Continue Reading…