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Blue Glass a Window into New Welcome Center

Posted on 14 September 2017 by

Things in Lafayette Hall have grown quite a bit since last semester. With the expansion over the summer, some offices and classrooms have found a new home. One of the relocations is the Financial Aid office. Instead of the dark hallway leading to a small cramped office in a corner, the office is now in […] 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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50 Years of Killin’ It

Posted on 14 September 2017 by

The HCC Museum of Art’s 50th anniversary is coming up, and the Housatonic community is throwing a fun, nautical event to celebrate. Museum Director Robin Zella is bringing the artistic gems of our museum into public light at a murder-mystery fundraiser. On Friday September 29, all are invited to this cocktail-party event to support the […] Continue Reading…

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We Assure You, We’re Open

Posted on 14 September 2017 by

What a time to be a freshman at Housatonic! As if juggling new responsibilities on top of overpriced books wasn’t stressful enough, there are plenty of new reconstructed areas of the school to make even the Riddler disoriented. New and returning students shouldn’t fear, because all of these changes are going to create a magnificent […] Continue Reading…

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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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Semester Kicks Off with Motivational Monday

Posted on 03 February 2017 by

New year, new motivation; the Student Senate has brought the HCC population a brand new way to fight the lack of motivation that comes with the new semester. Motivational Monday is a new program that utilizes visual stimulation and creativity to ease the mind and motivate students to do their best to meet their goals. […] Continue Reading…

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Discover the “Secret” Program that Can Propel Your College Experience

Posted on 03 February 2017 by

The Family Economic Security Program (FESP) is a holistic approach to helping students attain the skills, advisement, and opportunities they need to achieve their goals on and off campus. Specializing in providing assistance to students from low-income households, FESP advisors can help design plans for success that cover everything from tutoring to balancing a checkbook. […] Continue Reading…

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Rendezvous in Black

Posted on 11 December 2016 by

Many of us here at Housatonic aren’t aware of our art gallery, which is one of the best art galleries in Connecticut starting from 1886. Here, we feature new artists and every season there is a new exhibit! People that are aware of the art gallery just assume that it is all student work but, […] Continue Reading…

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Course Spotlight: Psychology of Addiction

Posted on 11 December 2016 by

HCC has a wonderful psychology department with experienced staff and a variety of courses. Students can enroll in HCC’s psych classes to fulfill an open elective and/or as part of their degree requirement in fields like psychology and human services. A course that is great for both is Psychology of Addiction with Professor Coba-Loh, who […] Continue Reading…

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Russian History Being Offered Again

Posted on 11 December 2016 by

Next semester, Russian history will be offered once again here at HCC. Anyone who is a history major or just interested in history should really check out this class. It’s always nice to learn about history from another country other than the United States, to get an understanding of how other countries came to be. […] Continue Reading…