As the risk of food insecurity among college students is on the rise, Stop & Shop is taking steps to fight back locally with continued support for the Housatonic Community College (HCC) School Food Pantry. The supermarket giant recently donated an additional $10,000 to assist the HCC food pantry in helping food-insecure students with nutritious food options and basic necessities so they can stay focused on their education.

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Housatonic Community College (HCC) will host a virtual event to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. this Friday, January 14. The event will take place online from 10am – 11am.

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Housatonic Community College (HCC) and State Senator Marilyn Moore proudly announce the creation of the Ed Gomes Memorial Endowment Fund. The scholarship fund, established with contributions of friends and colleagues of Gomes, honors the memory of the former state senator and longtime leader in the steel workers union who was highly regarded as a passionate advocate for working families.

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Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online/on-campus program rankings and higher education planning, has included Housatonic Community College to its list of the Best Community Colleges in Connecticut in 2022. The research identifies 15 top programs in the state based on flexibility, faculty, course strength, cost, and reputation.

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With one of the most extensive community college collections in the country, the Housatonic Museum of Art is asking the public to now reserve their free tickets in advance of visiting. Visit https://museum.housatonic.edu/visit to sign up.

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As the risk of food insecurity among college students is on the rise, Stop & Shop is taking steps to fight back locally with continued support for the Housatonic Community College (HCC) School Food Pantry. The supermarket giant recently donated an additional $10,000 to assist the HCC food pantry in helping food-insecure students with nutritious food options and basic necessities so they can stay focused on their education.

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Originally from the heart of Chicago, Professor ‘Bernie’ Pasierb’s life was rapidly transformed after high school graduation when he was accepted to the US Military Academy at West Point at the height of the Vietnam War. Upon graduation in 1972 with a BS in Electrical Engineering, the war was ending and he served his five-year military commitment as an Army Officer with nuclear missile and telecommunications assignments in the U.S. and West Germany. While in Germany he earned his MBA in Management from the University of Utah during nearly 3 years of night and weekend classes.

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With locations throughout Fairfield and New Haven counties, Wells Fargo is taking innovative steps to support students in need in the communities it serves. In a first-of-its-kind grant, the leading financial services company is teaming up with the CT State Colleges & Universities Foundation to support three CT State Community Colleges with $75,000 for equity-based support services for scholars attending Norwalk, Housatonic and Gateway Community Colleges.

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As veganism continues to grow in popularity, more Americans are saying ‘move over turkey’ this Thanksgiving than ever before, and one local vegan is helping those in need to enjoy a plant-based holiday.

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Hundreds gathered to participate in Housatonic Community College’s 5th annual STEAMfest celebration. With a theme of ‘Helping Everyone Reach For The Stars’, the three-day event, led by the STEAMfest Coordinator Dr. David Platt, held both in-person and virtually on November 8, 9, and 11, was a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. With opportunities to interact with NASA professionals, among others, the initiative spurred academic passions in those fields.

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Wednesday, 10 November 2021 18:20

Crowds Hail New HMA Exhibit Worth The Wait

The long-awaited exhibition “Drip-Drop, Tick-Tock, Here + Now”, opened at the Housatonic Museum of Art (HMA) on October 28 with a packed house. Crowds gathered to view the stunning, yet suggestive multi-media sculptures and paintings by Weston, CT artist Joseph Fucigna after a two year wait thanks to a fire, flood and a pandemic.

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Wednesday, 10 November 2021 15:45

Crowds Hail New HMA Exhibit Worth The Wait

The long-awaited exhibition “Drip-Drop, Tick-Tock, Here + Now”, opened at the Housatonic Museum of Art (HMA) on October 28 with a packed house. Crowds gathered to view the stunning, yet suggestive multi-media sculptures and paintings by Weston, CT artist Joseph Fucigna after a two year wait thanks to a fire, flood and a pandemic.

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