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The conscientious student Faculty panel chimes in with tips on college success

In Community/World News by Emilie StoltzfusLeave a Comment

On Jan. 26th, five faculty members discussed expectations they have of their students during Prof 1:1, a question and answer session with the professors of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College. Dr. Matthew Goodman, Dean of Academic Affairs, hosted Prof 1:1. He asked the panel to advise students, “How do I become a conscientious student?” During this informative open forum, participating …

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The appeal of fear lurking in the mindset of horror fans Professor Shoemaker sheds light on dark matters

In Media, Opinion/Editorial by Ismael MirandaLeave a Comment

Horror is a topic that strikes many people as odd. Despite the stigma, there are many people who find appeal in the macabre. Whether we are aware of it or not, dark tales makes us feel safe. For the average person, life is simple. We have stress and responsibilities, but our lives are for the most part uneventful. This is …

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Race Dilemma panelists discuss institutional racism’s lasting effect Pillars of the community acknowledge our country’s history of inequality and steps to address the racial divide.

In Community/World News, HACC News by Travis Hannegan

All seven members of the diverse panel at the “America’s New Race Dilemma” forum agreed that communication is the best way to bridge the persisting gap between races. Many in the audience of the near-capacity crowd in Main 222 on Sept. 20, nodded in agreement as the speakers looked back on America’s history of racial discrimination and promoted steps to …