Museum Related News

In 2016, Housatonic Community College (HCC) began a partnership with several two and three-year colleges in China that has culminated in workforce summits, international campus tours and an upcoming professional development exchange.

Published in HCC Related News
Thursday, 08 March 2018 20:56

HCC Student to Co-Star in NBC Series

Juan Ayala may be known for his upcoming role playing an FBI agent in Blindspot on NBC, but to HCC, he’s known as the guy who does it all.

Published in Press Archives
Monday, 26 February 2018 20:37

The Countdown to Giving Day is On

The countdown is on. Join us on Thursday, March 1, for Giving Day, a 24-hour rush to raise donations and awareness for the Housatonic Community College Foundation (HCCF)

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For more than a decade, Kalisha Fitzpatrick has baked and sold cupcakes out of her New Haven home, turning a small grassroots hobby into a thriving business.

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Starting Monday, March 5, the HCC Theater Arts Program will present InterACTion Symposium: WOMEN with daily performances and discussions in the Lafayette Hall Performing Arts Center.

Published in Faculty & Staff News
Tuesday, 13 February 2018 15:23

HCC Passport Day Event

On Thursday March 7, The Connecticut Passport Agency will be on campus to process passport applications from 11 – 6 p.m. in Beacon Hall BH-317A.

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Tour and walkthrough of When Caged Birds Sing by Artist Ann Weiner. Closing remarks by Rep. Jim Himes. The sculpture installation “When Caged Birds Sing” focuses on the stories of eight women who have each endured the pain of physical, psychological or/and emotional abuse because of their gender and who have survived and bravely gone on to advocate for change on behalf of other women who are still at risk. Visit Annweiner.com for more details and contact information

Tour and walkthrough of When Caged Birds Sing by Artist Ann Weiner. Closing remarks by Rep. Jim Himes. The sculpture installation “When Caged Birds Sing” focuses on the stories of eight women who have each endured the pain of physical, psychological or/and emotional abuse because of their gender and who have survived and bravely gone on to advocate for change on behalf of other women who are still at risk. Visit Annweiner.com for more details and contact information

Published in Museum Related News
Friday, 02 February 2018 19:26

Student Success Stories - Mona Mitri

Mona Mitri graduated in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration. Mona continued her education at the UConn School of Business before opening up her own business – Tutor Me S.O.S. in Stamford, CT..

Mona Mitri graduated in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration. Mona continued her education at the UConn School of Business before opening up her own business – Tutor Me S.O.S. in Stamford, CT.

 

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018 20:00

Art as Activism: When Caged Birds Sing

Come to a powerful night of art, conversation, inspiration and activism that includes viewing the powerful art exhibit “When Caged Birds Sing,” and hearing a talk on “art as activism” by the exhibit’s creator, sculptor Ann Weiner..

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Tuesday, 30 January 2018 18:55

HCC Alum to Compete at Art Exhibition

The art of HCC alum Emily Khon has two distinct traits that comprise her work. First, she works almost exclusively in black and white. Second, her subject and inspiration is her family’s native Cambodia..

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Grace Akallo was only 15 years old when she was abducted from her school by Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and forced into a life as a child soldier. As part of the initiation into the army, Akallo was raped, tortured and forced to kill. After being held by the LRA for seven months, unsure if she would be killed, Akallo escaped.

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HCC, in partnership with The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) is again asking for help in this year’s Youth Count, an initiative designed to identify homeless and unstably housed youth.

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