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 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 Naia Fermino How has COVID-19 effected your plans for this semester/retirement? “Well, it hasn't changed my plan to retire, but it's certainly changed a number of plans that I had for the end of the semester. For instance, I was hoping to connect with more alumni. I had a goal of 37 former students, … Continue reading Q&A with retiring 4Cs Professor Nancy Willets.
by Victoria Chiaramonte Can you remember your first day on campus and can you describe it? “Yes. When I got to my first class in [Wilkens North] 115 I saw that the previous professor was still in there. His name was Dr. Ruben Baker, quite a character. I asked him if this was indeed North … Continue reading Q&A with long-time Professor John French.