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

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

Financial Aid at Cape Cod Community College

By Giana Pollock Financial aid opportunities for the upcoming year at Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) have been announced. Sherri Anderson, one of the five workers at the Financial Aid Office, has provided the MainSheet with the answers to all of the financial aid questions one might have.    4Cs offers “grant aid- grants, scholarships, and … Continue reading Financial Aid at Cape Cod Community College

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

Profile piece: Professor Tyler Daniels

By Grace Rufo At Cape Cod Community College, students are lucky enough to have some of the most intelligent and dedicated professors in the game. Within this category of professors, falls professor Tyler Daniels. Daniels teaches a plethora of communication courses here at the college. All the way from learning the basics of Human Communication, … Continue reading Profile piece: Professor Tyler Daniels

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

The melodic stretch of professor Jerry Skelley’s career

By Alexandria Zine The novel musical transpirations within Professor Jerry Skelley’s position at 4Cs are going to graciously shift toward personal matters, now that he plans to retire from the Music Department after the spring semester of 2021. After collecting fifty years as a 4Cs music instructor, Skelley is going to miss the lissome tone … Continue reading The melodic stretch of professor Jerry Skelley’s career