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Why I love being the president of SGA

Why I love being the president of SGA

Katie Loudermilk, Staff

May 17, 2018

Student government is essential to the student body of any institution. What makes SGA successful and productive is the team that works behind it to make their voice heard. Desiree Rangel, Plant City SGA President, shares her passion with the HCC community about her work about her role. Rangel joined...

HCC student helps hurricane survivors

HCC student helps hurricane survivors

Jason Turner, Staff

November 30, 2017

Although the 2017 hurricane season has come to a close, it was a rough one for Florida and the Caribbean. Irma and Maria devastated the area. Not content to sit and do nothing, people from the Tampa Bay offered whatever assistance they could. There were many opportunities for people to help. Jena Lee...

Dr. Carol Reid, English instructor extraordinaire

Dr. Carol Reid, English instructor extraordinaire

Jason Turner, Staff

November 27, 2017

Every fall at HCC, there are many new faces on campus. Most are new students, but some are new instructors. Dr. Carol Reid is a new English instructor on the Plant City Campus. Reid currently teaches Developmental Writing and English Composition I, and will teach English Composition II in the spring....

HCC Students wins national scholarship

HCC Students wins national scholarship

Mathis Thoerrisen, Editor-in-Chief

October 22, 2017

On April 21, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced its 55 winners of their annual undergraduate transfer scholarship; among them were two HCC students. Leonardo Dulanto Falcon and Adrien Vicente La Lande were both picked for their high academic achievements and commitment to the community as well...

HCC students open immigration dialogue

HCC students open immigration dialogue

Jared Kleinkopf, Staff

May 17, 2017

  Hillsborough Community College hosted an Immigration event called The Bridge Project that started with an interactive workshop and concluded with a professional panel of local and national experts talking openly about immigration. The event was organized by the Community Based Activism club, and...

HCC says farewell to Professor Suzanne Crosby

HCC says farewell to Professor Suzanne Crosby

Elisa Santana, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015

  Suzanne Camp Crosby, a fulllltime professor and program manager of the art and dance department at HCC, prepares to retire in April after 35 years of teaching. Crosby studied art at the University of Florida for her undergraduate degree and completed her graduate degree at the University of South...

Brandon’s first female campus president

Brandon’s first female campus president

Kuvira Sanichara, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015

  Dr. Nancee Sorenson has been appointed campus president of the Brandon Campus. Dr. Carlos Soto, former campus president, retired after 15 successful and memorable years. Sorenson is the first female campus president at Brandon and has an extensive background in the field of college education....

HCC professor records with platinum artist

December 1, 2011

  Through the magic of convergent media, HCC’s Dr. Richard F. Gaspar recorded the song, "I remember Emelé", with platinum artist Mr. Eliot Sloan. Sloan is one of the original members and lead singer of Blessid Union of Souls. Blessid Union of Souls earned eight Top 40 hits and had a #1 record in ...

HCC professor incorporates culture

HCC professor incorporates culture

Lorianne DeLoreto, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2011

“The Spanish language is not just a language to learn, it is a culture to embrace.” Professor Veronica Bradley, educator at HCC, is passionate about her native language as well as giving students an understanding of the Spanish culture. “Learning the language itself can be very frustrating.” ...

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