Chris L. Terry/Photography courtesy of lithub.com By Mathew Tomlinson Cape Cod Community College recently announced the launch of the “Bigger Boat Visiting Writers Series”, a recurring online event that will feature published writers and student writers reading their works each month. The event series, Co-Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club and the Language and Literature … Continue reading With Bigger Boat Writers Series, 4Cs seeks to bring innovative writer lecture series to the computer screen
By Giana Pollock Cape Cod Community College’s (4C’s) spring semester 2021 has been announced remote. Why was this decided? What are the expected reactions? How is this going to affect students and faculty? President John Cox, Professor Thomas Schaefer, and Administrative Assistant Cindy Pavlos, all have the answers. There have been many different reactions from … Continue reading Spring 2021 is going remote and this is everything you need to know
By Alexandria Zine The resplendence of the art that reposes in the Higgins Art Gallery has encountered many setbacks, due to the pandemic, but the conveyance of wistfulness remains in place through virtual exhibitions on YouTube until MLK day on the 18th of January 2021. The central theme in the gallery is EarthJustice, and the … Continue reading The art of the Higgins art gallery’s virtual exhibition
By Mia Ruggiero Sea Change serves as the student literary and arts magazine for Cape Cod- Community College. It is a place where students, staff, and faculty alike can view and celebrate each other’s fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography. It is also a staple in the college’s history; with the first issue’s release dating … Continue reading Sea change stands strong with the tests of time
By Giana Pollock Many of the students enrolled at Cape Cod Community College (4C’s) are aware, at this point, of the construction of the new Frank and Maureen Wilkens Science and Engineering Center building. The information on the build has been covered in the Main Sheet’s February 11th, 2020 edition, but what about insight on … Continue reading What Do STEM Professors Really Think About the New Science and Engineering Building?
photograph courtesy of Rebecca Griffin By Alexandria Zine Ever since COVID-19 cases have emerged and touched every state in this country, many academic programs and set-ups have encountered unforeseen modifications. Despite the turbulence of a vile pandemic, the scintillation that is at the center of PTK (Phi Theta Kappa) and the Honors program has scarcely … Continue reading New PTK, Honors program emerging in ‘new normal’
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.