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The old college try
April 26, 2016

The old college try

HCC students served as tour guides and tutors this semester for youngsters from the Holyoke Boys and Girls Club.
 
 
Food takes center stage
April 25, 2016

Food takes center stage

Wednesday's FOODx conference and Thursday's Day of Service are part of HCC's continuing "One Campus, One Theme: Food" intiative.
 
 
State unveils low-cost degree plan
April 21, 2016

State unveils low-cost degree plan

Through the Commonwealth Commitment, participating students will receive a 10 percent cash rebate on tuition and fees every semester.
 
 
Friendly's Sundae Nut Football? She made it!
April 19, 2016

Friendly's Sundae Nut Football? She made it!

HCC alum Stephanie Granfield, '04, churns out new flavors as a food technologist for the ice cream giant in Wilbraham.
 
 
The Problem Solver
April 13, 2016

The Problem Solver

Computer and math whiz Yoni Rubenstein, '16, of Longmeadow, will be honored at the State House May 9 as one of the '29 Who Shine.'
 
 
Millennials air concerns at forum
April 12, 2016

Millennials air concerns at forum

State Sen. Eric Lesser, 30, from Longmeadow and Holyoke mayor Alex B. Morse, 27, led Monday's "engagement initiative" at HCC.
 
 
Students step up for Creative Writing Day
April 11, 2016

Students step up for Creative Writing Day

About 80 high school students from Chicopee and Westfield visited campus for a day of writing activities led by HCC English faculty.
 
 
HCC play no fish tale
April 7, 2016

HCC play no fish tale

The HCC Theater Department will present 'The Whale,' by Samuel D. Hunter April 21-23 on stage in the Leslie Phillips Theater.
 
 
Service Learning praised as model program
April 5, 2016

Service Learning praised as model program

An annual dinner celebrated faculty and students who have been participating this academic year on volunteer projects that help community groups.
 
 
STRIVE provides extra boost
April 5, 2016

STRIVE provides extra boost

The federally funded HCC academic support program has been renewed for another five years.
 
 
Play an HCC ensemble effort
March 30, 2016

Play an HCC ensemble effort

Directed by HCC theater instructor Sheryl Stoodley, 'The Endgame Project' will be presented March 31-April 2 at Gateway City Arts.
 
 
Collaboration priority for new chief
March 28, 2016

Collaboration priority for new chief

Jose Rivera comes to campus with more than 20 years' experience in law enforcement.
 
 
HCC launches community health worker program
March 25, 2016

HCC launches community health worker program

Classes are now under way at three locations in western Massachusetts: Holyoke, Springfield and Worcester.
 
 
Ed chief announces low-cost degree plan
March 23, 2016

Ed chief announces low-cost degree plan

The 'Commonwealth Commitment' guarantees a bachelor's degree for less than 30K for students who start at a community college.
 
 
Freshman wins film competition
March 21, 2016

Freshman wins film competition

Electronic media major Brianna Craven took home a gold medal for 'Dead Awake,' her grim, taut, post-apocalyptic thriller.
 
 
Guided by the light
March 17, 2016

Guided by the light

HCC freshman Frances Rivera-Diaz was the keynote speaker at HCC's annual College for a Day event for adult learners.
 
 
 

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