May 2021

On May 27, at the Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater in Bridgeport, CT, Housatonic Community College will proudly celebrate the accomplishments of 565 potential graduates. The graduation ceremony will be particularly special this year because the event will take place in-person – the first time the class has been together in over a year

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Cindi Bigelow, President and CEO of Bigelow Tea, will receive an honorary degree from Housatonic Community College (HCC) at its 54th commencement exercises later this month for her longtime support of the college.

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On June 25, at the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center, Housatonic Community College CEO Dr. Dwayne Smith will be honored at the 8th annual “100 Men of Color Black Tie Gala and Award” event. The ceremony recognizes the contributions of men of color in business, education, entrepreneurship, entertainment, government, and public service that have had an impact on communities throughout the State of Connecticut and Western Massachusetts.

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Housatonic Community College (HCC) is easing food insecurity among its students thanks to the creation of a new food pantry. An initiative of the Housatonic Community College Foundation, the pantry recently received a $15,000 grant from Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) in support of this effort./h2>

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Housatonic Museum of Art is pleased to present its newest exhibition, Of Woman Born, now on view through June 1, 2022. It features a selection of paintings, photographs and sculpture that explores the ways in which male dominance has manifested itself in familial, social, legal, political, religious and economic systems—patriarchal structures that, over the centuries, have continually been used to dominate, oppress and exploit women.

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Housatonic Museum of Art is pleased to present its newest exhibition, Of Woman Born, now on view through June 1, 2022. It features a selection of paintings, photographs and sculpture that explores the ways in which male dominance has manifested itself in familial, social, legal, political, religious and economic systems—patriarchal structures that, over the centuries, have continually been used to dominate, oppress and exploit women.

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Housatonic Community College (HCC) held its 21st annual Sidewalk Art Festival yesterday. The event, originally planned to be held outdoors in the college’s downtown Bridgeport campus courtyard, included students, music and creativity.

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