By Mary Hunnicutt Technology has brought forward a lot over the past several decades, but is it beginning compromise certain aspects of our lives? The emergence of what some mistake for as a “necessary counter-terrorist strategy” — mass surveillance —
By Sara Briggs The National Football League is the most popular professional sport in the United States of America. Some of the most iconic athletes of all time have suited up, taken the field, and embarked on the ultimate journey.
By Michele Haynes Middlesex Community College Computer Club members explored their new space for the first time during their club meeting on Wednesday, March 11. The room in Snow Hall will be used as secured space for the computer and
By Aisling O’Grady In their first outdoor track meet of the season, Wesleyan University boasted five first place entries and 14 top-three finishes on Saturday, March 21, at their Freeman Athletic Center in Middletown, Conn. The meet was held within
By Michele Haynes An odd kind of mathematical observance took place yesterday at Middlesex Community College. Pi Day, observed on the 12th at the college, saw attendees eating pie while being entertained by a math professor and two deans. Some
By Aisling O’Grady Last fall, Middlesex Community College began its first Honors Program. Nineteen students who showed great achievement in high school were inducted. One of these inductees was Middletown’s very own Kendel Souza. Souza’s dream is to become an
By Michele Haynes In a time of budget cuts and uncertainty in Connecticut higher education, one professor spearheads the drive to create a center that connects students with the real world. The Center for Civic Engagement translates Middlesex Community College’s
By Mary Hunnicutt Yoga classes, jazz performances and wisdom speeches — these are among the many ways in which non-profit organization, The Buttonwood Tree, fulfills its mission. Situated in the heart of Middletown, Conn., it has sought out to color people’s lives