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Can HCC Take a Joke?

Posted on 16 May 2016 by

On Monday May 9 in Beacon Hall, Housatonic offered a viewing of the documentary, “Can We Take a Joke?,” a film analyzing and pinpointing the idea and question of whether or not people can really take a joke. We have seen many instances where a comedian stomps on sensitive territory. Anything from race, to sexuality, […] Continue Reading…

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HCC Hosts Environmental Fair

Posted on 16 May 2016 by

On Monday May 3, Housatonic hosted an environmental fair on the third floor of Beacon Hall. There were about six tables there. Two that really stood out were The Greater Bridgeport Transit, or GBT, and the Connecticut Chapter of the Sierra Club. Crystal Engram, who is the Director of Human Resources with GBT, was giving […] Continue Reading…

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HCC Hosts Student Appreciation Day

Posted on 16 May 2016 by

This is the time of year everybody is on edge because everybody is trying to get in final assignments and cram for exams. But on Monday May 9th, students got a little break from all of the chaos and celebrated Student Appreciation Day. Two pizza trucks were parked out in the grassy area of the […] Continue Reading…

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PlayStation Experience 2015

Posted on 18 December 2015 by

December was a big month for Playstation Fans. On Saturday, December 5 through December 6, the Playstation Experience 2015 took place at the Moscone West in San Francisco, California. The Playstation Experience is an annual event for gamers and playstation fans alike.The event showcases games that are coming out in the future for the Playstation […] Continue Reading…

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Hit The Quan Or Hit The Books?

Posted on 11 December 2015 by

From Future, French Montana, to Migo’s “Pipe it Up”, Dj Keemy displayed his artistic talent at Housatonic’s 2015 Winter Glow Bash. A Biochemistry student said, “Because of finals and bad days, I feel like events can help and be stress free.” The party, which was brought together by the Student Senate, was a refresher for […] Continue Reading…

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Answering the Call to Rise

Posted on 10 December 2015 by

Community is our college’s middle name. In the spirit of that, this coming spring semester Housatonic will be host to the first ever community reading program featuring,“We Are Called to Rise,” the debut novel of author Laura McBride. McBride’s book weaves a yarn of four characters’ perspectives from a precocious immigrant child, to a battle-hardened […] Continue Reading…

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When STEM Met Art

Posted on 01 December 2015 by

The Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (S.T.E.A.M) conference filled Housatonic’s atrium in Lafayette Hall on Saturday November 7. More than 60 high school students from the surrounding communities were in attendance, including Bridgeport’s own Central, Bassick and Harding High Schools. “Be inspired, learn, create and explore,” said HCC’s president, Dr. Paul Broadie II, to […] Continue Reading…

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Let the Good Times Roll

Posted on 02 October 2015 by

Music has always been a way for people to express themselves in a particular shape or form, especially to young people. Whether it’s to get a certain message across, venting out about a problem going on in the world or in their life, or just trying to give the audience you’re performing for a good […] 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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Week of Events Helps Students Relax

Posted on 12 May 2015 by

From May 11 to May 14 in Beacon Hall, students and faculty are holding an event called “Keep Calm and Study On.” This is to help students relax in case they are stressed during the ever-stressful final week.  The event runs from 9:00 a.m until 11:00 p.m for the first three days. On the fourth […] Continue Reading…