Nursing Program Updates

By Adilina Rotella “Faculty are reporting that students are demonstrating an increase in demonstration of critical thinking skills” said Audrey Kilcoyne, Interim Director of Nursing Professor of Nursing, “One freshman faculty stated her clinical students demonstrated basic nursing skills by providing a video demonstrating what she had taught them remotely.” This is such a great … Continue reading Nursing Program Updates

COVID-19 case halts the AMT program’s academic flight

Photos courtesy of Andrew Nasser By Alexandria Zine The pandemic has caused many of life’s normal aspects to ebb, and the AMT (Aviation Maintenance Technology) has encountered this swiftly within the past week. A recent COVID-19 case within the program managed to truncate its flight in some ways. The program’s response to this has included … Continue reading COVID-19 case halts the AMT program’s academic flight

Transferring from 4C’s and where to start

STEM Academic Coordinator, Colleen Coughlin By Giana Pollock Are you thinking about transferring from Cape Cod Community College (4C’s) to get your bachelor’s degree? As busy students, especially during remote classes, it can be difficult to start the transferring process. Christine McCarey, Dean of Enrollment Management and Advising Services, and Colleen Coughlin, STEM Academic Coordinator, … Continue reading Transferring from 4C’s and where to start

Start your internship and job search today

Job Developer at the SEO, Dawn Harney By Giana Pollock Internships are important to student’s growth in their career path, but what if students don’t know how to start their internship and job search? Lucky for the students at Cape Cod Community College (4C’s), Career Development and the Student Employment Office (SEO) have great resources … Continue reading Start your internship and job search today

Main street businesses survive through Covid-19

by Adilina Rotella “Everybody loves it” says Elizabeth Wurfbain, Executive director of the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District. COVID-19 has been a crazy year for everyone, including small local businesses downtown on Main Street Hyannis. Downtown Hyannis is the main tourist attraction for visitors filled with restaurants, retail stores, and more. With just a … Continue reading Main street businesses survive through Covid-19

Stressed-out? Q&A with senior academic advisor Dr. Maura Weir

by Victoria Chiaramonte How has COVID affected the outreach to students in need? ​ “We at the wellness center have tried not to interrupt services for students. We are utilizing zoom to check in with students and see them virtually.”  What is the most common mental health issue among students coping with COVID? ​ “Many students have … Continue reading Stressed-out? Q&A with senior academic advisor Dr. Maura Weir

Spring 2021 is going remote and this is everything you need to know

By Giana Pollock Cape Cod Community College’s (4C’s) spring semester 2021 has been announced remote. Why was this decided? What are the expected reactions? How is this going to affect students and faculty? President John Cox, Professor Thomas Schaefer, and Administrative Assistant Cindy Pavlos, all have the answers. There have been many different reactions from … Continue reading Spring 2021 is going remote and this is everything you need to know

Sea change stands strong with the tests of time

By Mia Ruggiero Sea Change serves as the student literary and arts magazine for Cape Cod- Community College. It is a place where students, staff, and faculty alike can view and celebrate each other’s fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography.  It is also a staple in the college’s history; with the first issue’s release dating … Continue reading Sea change stands strong with the tests of time