Dear Universe Club’s Communal Cosmos

by Victoria Clementino The tips of spirituality’s form are seemingly sensitive, given their moments of inclusivity and/or exclusivity; minute stars of information in the possession of some contribute to this. To stimulate these stars, the members of Cape Cod Community College’s (4Cs) Dear Universe Club are always looking to take in these maturing lights for … Continue reading Dear Universe Club’s Communal Cosmos

The Pandemic has shifted the Public’s Platter

by Cole Allenby Photo provided by Cole Allenby During the winter months on Cape Cod, many local restaurants and eateries have been forced to instantly put away every potential platter to satisfy the pandemic’s orders. Given the minimal tourism this winter, less than usual, many feel that the future of restaurants is bleak. Throughout the … Continue reading The Pandemic has shifted the Public’s Platter

Spring into the Season of Scholarships

By Jade Francis Photo courtesy of the CCCC Scholarship Foundation It is officially scholarship season at Cape Cod Community College (4Cs), as the gates to send out one’s application(s) opened on February 19th. The application deadline is March 12, so it is crucial to act fast. Kathy McNamara, the Executive Director of the Educational Foundation … Continue reading Spring into the Season of Scholarships

Ghosts of the Theatre: The Apparition of the Arts Survives

By Wil Moser Image courtesy of Wil Moser. There is a certain tradition in theatre, which is known by almost every production company across the world. After a long day of rehearsals or performances, once the last actors and crew members leave the theatre for the night, a single active light is brought into the … Continue reading Ghosts of the Theatre: The Apparition of the Arts Survives

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

Lisa O’Halloran and the Tutoring Center’s Demonstrative Dead-end of Abandoned Students

By Jade Francis Professors have a significant opportunity to impact student’s lives. At Cape Cod Community College (4Cs), there is a profound presence full of inspiration and empathy among the professors and faculty. Through the emergence in adulthood, one is able to secure the stable procurement of their passion with the members of the 4Cs … Continue reading Lisa O’Halloran and the Tutoring Center’s Demonstrative Dead-end of Abandoned Students

The Orchard Club’s Fruit Falls Well into the Basin of Spring 2021

By Matthew Tomlinson This spring semester, Ethan Hansen, the president of the Orchard Club, has discussed a recent slew of developments surrounding the club’s efforts to bring an Orchard to Cape Cod Community College’s (4Cs) grounds. Not only has the club had its optimal location near the soccer fields approved, but efforts have already begun … Continue reading The Orchard Club’s Fruit Falls Well into the Basin of Spring 2021

Twirling through the Pandemic’s Tragedies

By Cole Allenby Image courtesy of Cole Allenby. When COVID-19 hit last March, there was confusion about the continuation of entertainment and athletic activities. Contact sports, such as football and soccer, had been initially banned along with the performative arts. While help was offered to rehabilitate stunted sports promptly through a progressive plan, many of … Continue reading Twirling through the Pandemic’s Tragedies

Coronavirus Rattles Mental Health

By Jade Francis Image of Maura Weir courtesy of herself. The world has been drastically impacted by the Coronavirus. The pandemic’s webbing of complications has churned up much panic, especially when one’s mental health needs a remedy. Changes in everyday life have left people feeling increasingly distressed, yet there are resources available to stymie the … Continue reading Coronavirus Rattles Mental Health