By Jade Francis Adjunct professor and tutor in the business department at Cape Cod Community College (4Cs), Richard Mikolajcak, affectionately known as Mick, has earned a reputation of being a hard-working staff member. He has been teaching at 4Cs for almost three years now. Mick has worked as a tutor, supervised by Lisa O’Halloran, since … Continue reading Professor “Mick” Praised for Dedication to Students
by Alexandria Zine The joy of the past forges 4C's current optimistic core. Photo courtesy of President Cox The college routine has adjusted to pandemic life and remote learning. Please name a couple of updated highlights and lowlights. Our greatest highlight was the ability to rally the community and adjust to a virtual learning environment … Continue reading Q&A with President John Cox
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
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
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
Mattie the dog. Mia Ruggiero/MainSheet by Grace Rufo People not only across the United States, but all over the world, are facing new problems they didn’t anticipate with the pressures of quarantining for Covid 19. As the virus continues to spread, and people worry for their health, they spend more and more time isolated. Some … Continue reading Pets provide positivity amidst pandemic
Managing Editor, Mike Kehoe It is hard for me to put into words just what these last three semesters have meant to me. I was named the Managing Editor for the MainSheet here at Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) in the Spring of 2019 and since then I have poured my blood, sweat and tears … Continue reading An Editor’s thank you.
By Jarod Deegan Although Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) closed its campus to the public, Suitcase Stories Unpacked continued their planned training sessions online via Zoom. Giving people the training, they’d hoped for when they signed up for the lessons. “The trainer, Cheryl Hamilton, invited two of her regular Suitcase Storytellers to our Zoom meeting,” … Continue reading 4Cs hosted event Suitcase Stories Unpacked continues to move forward.
photo courtesy of istockphoto.com By Alexandria Zine Along with the healthcare system, the education system must confront the obstacles of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many facets of daily life are rolling over to simplicity, with one’s home space transforming into a work environment. What is the status quo from this point forward? Well, these numerous changes … Continue reading A postsecondary education shifts for the post-pandemic life.
by Joshua Nawoichik As Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) students returned from their spring break to a completely new style of learning remotely they were faced with a similar lack of motivation that working from home seems to be inhibiting on students nationwide. Students now forced to move back and complete the year online are … Continue reading Students face motivational struggles as learning goes remote during pandemic.