Situating One’s Path during Cross-Country Construction

by Peter Sammis When I first decided to move out to Denver, I was beyond excited. Filled with hope, I turned down a secure job, took a road trip with my friend, found an apartment, and moved without having visited previously. It seemed like a great opportunity to start fresh in a completely alien environment---the … Continue reading Situating One’s Path during Cross-Country Construction

The Food Pantry Fills Many Vulnerable Stomachs

By Cole Allenby Image provided by The Family Pantry of Cape Cod During this collectively uncertain time in life, there are seemingly few accessible options for help due to the current, massive obstacle---a pandemic. Nourishment may be far from the grasp of many families and students following the loss of a main provider’s job as … Continue reading The Food Pantry Fills Many Vulnerable Stomachs

Meditating on One’s Present Beauty

By Jade Francis The image is courtesy of Self.com (https://www.self.com/story/best-meditation-apps) I know that I’m not alone in trying to find peace and quiet these past few months. When I do finally slip away to a tranquil location, it is impossible to truly escape into relaxation. My mind feels as though it is travelling as fast … Continue reading Meditating on One’s Present Beauty

The practicality of majoring in liberal arts or english

By Giana Pollock There is a popular idea that students should be attending college for practical reasons. Students do the Aviation program to go straight into the field of aviation. Others major in Nursing to get a nursing job right out of college. But what about liberal arts and English majors? These majors are commonly … Continue reading The practicality of majoring in liberal arts or english

Artist in Residence uses maps to capture her life’s destination

By Alexandria Zine Within the Higgins Art Gallery, artist Sian Robertson, seizes a residency to highlight the channels in life that truly remain over time. Robertson plans to embellish the Higgins Art Gallery with her work around the ingenious paths that maps create in the mind. Her work was visible in the “One World” exhibition … Continue reading Artist in Residence uses maps to capture her life’s destination

Profile piece: faculty member Rebecca Griffin

By Mia Ruggerio At Cape Cod Community College, the many faculty members act much like cogs in a machine. All are necessary for the college to not only survive, but thrive. One of these very important cogs is faculty member Rebecca Griffin. Griffin has taught at the college since 2016. The courses she offers include … Continue reading Profile piece: faculty member Rebecca Griffin

Nature hikes provide comfort during COVID

by Matthew Tomlinson When I moved back to Massachusetts this summer, one of the first things I sought out (after quarantining) was nature and solitude. Where I lived in Florida, it was difficult to even find an empty street. Much of my time on walks was spent crossing the street to avoid other pedestrians. The … Continue reading Nature hikes provide comfort during COVID