Brining in the Bystander, a sexual and relationship violence prevention workshop will be held Monday, April 30 from 2-2:30 p.m. in BH-317 and Tuesday, May 1, 11-12:20 p.m. in LH L109. The workshop, which is co-sponsored by the Academic Advising and Student Success Activities offices, aims to equip students with skills necessary to diffuse volatile situations in relationships.
Student wins Elevator Pitch Contest for vegan take-outWritten by Martin Florestant
Bubba’s Vegan Kitchen, a take-out and catering company created by HCC student Keysha Tingeling, won first place in the University of Bridgeport’s annual Elevator Pitch Competition last week.
What first started as a novella about two young couples caught up in tragedy and denial has turned into a full-on performance in HCC student Yasmina Saint-Jean’s For What It’s Worth, which debuted at HCC last week.
Chi Rho Receives Honors, Awards at Annual ConferenceWritten by Matt Fischer
For the second year in a row, members of the Chi Rho chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) took 1st place for their entry into the Honors in Action Project at the society’s 2018 Northeast Regional Conference.
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.
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..
CT Youth Count 2018 Aims to Identify Number of Homeless YouthWritten by Matt Fischer
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.
New Program Helps Students to Ace Job InterviewsWritten by Matt Fischer
Finding success within the job market requires applicants to have every advantage they can. With the Big Interview, the latest tool offered by HCC’s career resources and internships office, students can learn and practice interview skills in a live-setting with instant feedback.
HCC Students Receive Recognition from The Connecticut Audubon SocietyWritten by Matt Fischer
The Connecticut Audubon Society has recognized three HCC students who won for their study on turtles at the annual Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists (MACUB) conference last month.
Tuesday’s Addressing the Opioid Crisis lecture at Beacon Hall gave attendees a glimpse into the ongoing opioid crisis within the state as well as information on life-saving techniques by use of the drug Narcan.