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Get a Sneak Peek at our Spring 2019 Print Magazine!

Posted on 21 March 2019 by

You’re going to want a copy to hold in your hands to get the full effect, but, in the meantime, you can read our print magazine online by clicking here.   

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Come Celebrate Writing Day Today

Posted on 16 October 2018 by

Today, Tuesday, October 16, Housatonic will be hosting its annual “Reading Day.” According to the HCC homepage, “‘Reading Days’ are used as study days and/or… make up class time.” Classes will be canceled, but students can use this day to study, to make up any missing work, or to work with tutors in subjects that […] Continue Reading…

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Housatonic’s 50th Birthday Bash

Posted on 14 September 2017 by

If there was ever a more monumental way to kick off this semester, HCC has got it down in spades. The school will be celebrating 50 years of education, excellence, and excitement by throwing a party right in our courtyard on Tuesday, September 19th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Open to both the HCC […] Continue Reading…

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Read the Latest Issue of Our Print Magazine Online Now!

Posted on 14 September 2017 by

The current issue of our full-color magazine, 76 pages of student-written, student-designed content, is available all over campus. If you’d like to take a look at it online, click below for a PDF version!  Happy Reading! Click here for our Fall 2017 Print Magazine as a PDF

A Day in the Life of Housatonic Published!

Posted on 16 May 2017 by

As our final project of the semester, the Horizons staff worked in teams to produce and publish photo essays that captured A Day in the Life of Housatonic. Check them out here:

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HCC’s One Book One College Crosses Paths with Author Sergio Troncoso

Posted on 10 April 2017 by

From page one to the final sentence of any piece of literature, a theme is present. One or many themes in a text can be hidden or obvious, but they are always there, laid out by the author to convey a meaning or belief, an underlying message or even purpose for the story. The themes […] Continue Reading…

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From Humble to Harvard, From El Paso to HCC

Posted on 12 December 2016 by

Whether you’re lifting knee to chin to reach the peak of a mountain, or digging your heels into the downgrade of the other side to keep from tumbling, every inch forward is measured and counted. For Sergio Troncoso, each step of his unlikely journey is recounted in heartbreaking fashion in his collection of 16 essays, […] Continue Reading…

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New “Drug Wars” Class Being Offered for Spring

Posted on 12 December 2016 by

Students at Housatonic who are interested in the effect the drug war has on our democracy are in luck. A special topics class will be offered in the spring of 2017 to anyone who wants  to be a contributing member of our democracy. The  formal name of the course is IDS 298:  “Special Topics: Drug […] Continue Reading…

Discover Hidden Housatonic

Posted on 11 December 2016 by

Recently, as the advisor to Horizons, I gave the staff an assignment to search out the “Hidden Housatonic,” inviting them to inform, surprise, delight, or enlighten readers with a short article about a little-known aspect of HCC.   I asked them to look for the unexpected, the unusual, the unknown, to go beyond the obvious to discover and share […] Continue Reading…

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Stand In Unity: HCC’s Safe Space For the LGBT Community

Posted on 11 December 2016 by

It hasn’t been the best year for whichever letter people may fall under when it comes to the LGBT community. Sure, there’s been more exposure to those who tell similar stories in the media and in real life. But with the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, as well as the campaigns to have what little […] Continue Reading…