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

The Food Pantry Fills Many Vulnerable Stomachs

By Cole Allenby Image provided by The Family Pantry of Cape Cod During this collectively uncertain time in life, there are seemingly few accessible options for help due to the current, massive obstacle---a pandemic. Nourishment may be far from the grasp of many families and students following the loss of a main provider’s job as … Continue reading The Food Pantry Fills Many Vulnerable Stomachs

Nature hikes provide comfort during COVID

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

Students adjust their self-care routines for quarantine.

photo courtesy of Alexandria Zine By Alexandria Zine The balancing act in quarantine is between self-care and academic responsibilities, but is it possible? Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) students are generating ideas to reel in their emotions as they comply with the demands of life in quarantine, and the outlook is uplifting. Some students find … Continue reading Students adjust their self-care routines for quarantine.

Workshop aims to teach art of storytelling

by Jarod Deegan The International Institute of New England’s traveling live performance series is coming to Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) and its main topic, immigration, is coming with it. Suitcase Stories will be coming to 4Cs twice this month to bring the topic of immigration center stage through the art of storytelling. Suitcase Stories … Continue reading Workshop aims to teach art of storytelling

Student-created literary and arts magazine

by Garrett Spagone There is a distinct sense of pride that comes from looking at something and being able to say, ‘I made that’. Humans are the only animals capable of imagining what could be and making that hypothetical into a reality. This is the basis for Sea Change: The student made arts and literary … Continue reading Student-created literary and arts magazine

College events honor Black History Month

by Matthew Cortes February is commonly known as Black History Month; the month where the achievements and sacrifices made by African-Americans are recognized and appreciated. Carter G. Woodson, a historian from Harvard, believed that prejudice could be overcome and that African-Americans were extremely important to the history of the country. He aimed to raise awareness … Continue reading College events honor Black History Month

Mental health statistics rising at a fast pace

By Alexandria Zine In recent years, there has been an amplification in the distress that the youth experience, especially at the collegiate level. It is triggered by the dread that looms overhead in having to determine your future vocation, not to mention the constant use of social media. The multiple responsibilities of young adulthood, even … Continue reading Mental health statistics rising at a fast pace