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Tribute to Victor Spinski Harrisburg's Rose Lehrman Arts Gallery host gallery in artist honor

In Community/World News, HACC News by Jordan Boyer

The Rose Lehrman Arts Gallery on the Harrisburg campus of HACC opened a brand new exhibit on Sept. 14. “Ceramics by Victor Spinski,” was a retrospective showing the avant-garde ceramic creations of the late artist which featured over a dozen pieces of his work. Spinski was a leader in the unconventional ceramics movement in the ‘60s and ‘70s.  

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Intersections: Potty politics HACC's bathroom policy supports transgender civil rights

In Community/World News, HACC News, Opinion/Editorial by Cindy Vicente

The rhetoric has been strong with the fight over where a transgender person can perform the most natural of acts—utilizing the restroom. I doubt any of us has been sheltered from the rainstorm of fear tactics planted and maintained by the conservative right. Our collective psyche has been bombarded with fears of a “man,” who exists only in urban legends, …

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Father and philosopher George Brown went from student worker to SGA president Brown hopes to use his experience to build a strong foundation in the student body

In HACC News by Ismael Miranda

George Lee Brown is the current president of the Lancaster Student Government Association (SGA). His journey at HACC started here several years ago when he initially sought a degree in business or marketing. Despite starting the process to attend classes on campus, he later realized he would not have the time necessary to dedicate to his studies and be a …

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Lancaster 5K Wellness Run Fundraiser benefits students and Wellness Program

In HACC News, Health and Wellness by Nathaniel Chambers

More than 40 people participated in HACC Lancaster campus’s fourth annual 5k Wellness run on Saturday, Oct. 8. The muggy morning did not prevent students and community members from participating in the 9:15 a.m. race. HACC’s President John Sygielski, commonly known as “Dr. Ski”, proudly announced the winners, including first place winner, Joel DeJesus, with a time of 18:41. Race …

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Forget Lebanon Levi, Fireball Run is here TV series raising missing childrens' awareness filming in Lebenon

In Community/World News, HACC News by Derek Eberly

HACC’s Lebanon Campus will be closed today, Sept. 27, while filming the “Fireball Run” television series in Lebanon Country. Filming began at 8:30 a.m. on Sheridan Avenue at Lebanon Valley College. Driving teams started out across Lebanon at 9 a.m in search of secret locations in an effort to complete their mission. The teams finish at 3 p.m. when they …

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Contemplative Spaces: I Am What I Make HACC's third annual Humanities Symposium: Part 3

In HACC News by Jackie Bleich

The art studio located in the East building displayed James Fuhrman‘s Contemplative Spaces installation during HACC’s Lancaster Campus Symposium, ‘Ecology: Connecting with Nature’ on March 22nd – 24th, 2016. Fuhrman was there to discuss with students the different elementary types of art such as lines, texture, context, and symbols that evolve over time. Fuhrman does not seem to value creating …