4C’s Annual Sea Change reading kicking off on Zoom

Matthew Tomlinson Today, April 27th at 5:30 p.m. the Sea Change magazine will be hosting a virtual reading for the annual release of its student art’s magazine. The event is a culmination of the efforts by students in Professor Griffin’s ”Producing a Magazine of the Arts” class and Professor Andersons design class which respectively curate … Continue reading 4C’s Annual Sea Change reading kicking off on Zoom

WKKL focuses on the Inclusion of Retrospective Golden Radio Dramas

By Alexandria Zine "WKKL alternates its form and content for greater entertainment, especially with Golden Radio Dramas." [Photo courtesy of Tyler Daniels] Since WKKL’s recuperation during its brief moratorium from connectivity difficulties, many productions have been created to inspire and entertain all listeners. The broadcasting of main media productions has posited its stability in the virtual, … Continue reading WKKL focuses on the Inclusion of Retrospective Golden Radio Dramas

New Mental Health Resources from Home

By Jade Francis “This is the best news that ever happened to Cape Cod Community College,” Dr. Maura Weir said when discussing a new resource available to all students. “So, any student who has a ‘capecod.edu’ email address can call directly this phone number (below) and they can talk to a licensed clinician and set … Continue reading New Mental Health Resources from Home

A Compendious Check-up on COVID-19 Campus Protocols

By Alexandria Zine Image provided by Meghan Dundon The spring semester of 2020-2021 is still a fusion of hybrid/remote courses, especially through Massachusetts’ capricious augmentations since CCCC’s initial implementation of the COVID-19 protocols on campus. The fervency behind the astute frequency in handling these guidelines radiates from the integral courses in the Mathematics and English … Continue reading A Compendious Check-up on COVID-19 Campus Protocols

Orchard club proposal seeks to foster community and health through working with nature

By Mathew Tomlinson Cape Cod Community College recently approved a proposal to introduce a fruit orchard on campus grounds. The initiative, spearheaded by Ethan Hansen, president of Phi Theta Kappa and Professor Keli Gates, seeks to enrich the health of the students by creating access to fresh fruits, and provide a resource to teach and … Continue reading Orchard club proposal seeks to foster community and health through working with nature

Big change for student making waves in the commonwealth

By Lindzie White The Massachusetts State Senate passed Amendment #93, an amendment that would change eligibility requirements for Student Trustees at community colleges allowing part-time students to hold the position. “The effort to change the decades-old law, and address the significant equity issues it has caused in recent years, was led by Cape Cod Community … Continue reading Big change for student making waves in the commonwealth