By Adilina Rotella
By Adilina Rotella
By Samuel Agger The annual Harvest Feast at Cape Cod Community College went off without a hitch last Thursday, 11/12/20, albeit in a different format than previous years.Because of COVID-19 the distribution happened in the parking lot instead of indoors. A steady stream of people came by car and on foot to receive their goodie … Continue reading 4Cs annual harvest feast
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
MainSheet reporter and drone photographer Samuel Agger captured images of 4Cs which provide an overhead view of the campus for those curious about its current state mid-construction of the new Science Building. Agger also captured aerial shots which present a unique perspective of the solar panels that reside on campus.
All photographs courtesy of Bruce McDaniel. by Bruce McDaniel In these trying times, it is important to find the beauty in life. That can be very hard with so much darkness surrounding us, but if you look hard enough you can find the light. Just the other day, I myself tried to find some good … Continue reading Spring has Sprung.
All photographs courtesy of Bruce McDaniel Quote from John Cox during previous MainSheet Q&A about reason behind offering campus as testing center for COVID-19: "Simply put, we wanted to help our community. We worked with our partners at Cape Cod Healthcare and Barnstable County and supported their efforts as they utilized our prime location and … Continue reading 4Cs offers campus as COVID-19 testing center.
By Bruce McDaniel On March 25, I took a ride down Route 28 and I was surprised that it didn’t take me very long to get to Hyannis, as traffic was very light. As I entered West Main street, I noticed that there were very few cars on the road leading to the hospital. As … Continue reading A Ghost Town.