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The Student Newspaper of Howard Community College

HCC Times

The Student Newspaper of Howard Community College

HCC Times

Set for the week of Dec. 6, Stress Reduction Week gives HCC students the opportunity to decompress before the fall semesters final stretch.
A Preview of Stress Reduction Week
TJ Cyrus December 1, 2021
A decades long tradition has a new wrinkle this year as a tree from Maryland will stand in Rockefeller Plaza for the first time in the 90-year old annual celebration.
We Are Going to New York!
Dee Elkerson November 24, 2021
During her Oct. 5 testimony, Haugen shed light on Facebooks malicious tactics, which included intentionally promoting content harmful to teens mental health.
Facebook Whistleblower Exposes Platform's Harmful Tactics
Heather Sabol November 12, 2021
Students and other members of the HCC community who are passionate about movies can discuss films weekly on Zoom through the HCC Film Program.
Movies on Campus: Where? What Do You Want To Watch?
Dee Elkerson December 18, 2021
Some HCC students utilize the winter semester to take accelerated courses that help them further pursue their goal of graduating.
An Insight on What to Expect From Your Winter Courses
Courtney Ott and Dee Elkerson December 15, 2021
Make your playlist a bit more merry this holiday season by adding some festive tunes!
15 Holiday Songs You Need to Add to Your Playlist
Heather Sabol December 7, 2021
An Evening With Silk Sonic is the debut album of Silk Sonic -- the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak.
An Evening With Silk Sonic - Album Review
TJ Cyrus November 23, 2021
Social media platforms such as Instagram have given users the ability to hide the like count on their posts out of concern for their mental health.
Hiding 'Likes' on Posts Should be Universal on all Social Media Platforms
Courtney Ott November 19, 2021
The United States ongoing battle with the deadly COVID-19 pandemic has been further complicated by the abundance of misinformation about the virus.
COVID-19 and Misinformation: The Tale of Two Pandemics
Deja Grissom October 29, 2021
The kickoff is a boring part of a beloved game.
(photos courtesy of Deposit Photos and Torsten Bolten)
Kickoffs Deserve the Boot: Why the NFL Needs to Eliminate the Kickoff
Tanner Malinowski, Contributor • May 11, 2021
The Dragons have once again taken to the lacrosse field.
Players and Coaches Are Eager to Resume Sports at HCC After Year-Long Pause
Tanner Malinowski May 2, 2021
A World Without Sports: After COVID-19, Will Sports Ever Be the Same?
A World Without Sports: After COVID-19, Will Sports Ever Be the Same?
Darius Hammond August 3, 2020
The Intern was released on September 15, 2015.
This is What Cool Is
Joel E. Wood II, Columnist • April 23, 2021
New York Premiere of Marriage Story hosted by Netflix at The Paris Theater. Pictured: Noah Baumbach (Director), Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Julie Hagerty,  Azhy Robertson,  Adam Driver, David Heyman (Producer) .-Photo by: Marion Curtis / StarPix for Netflix
"Marriage Story": an Emotionally Moving Masterpiece to the Nth Degree
Joel E. Wood II • March 19, 2021
Walter McMillian was falsely accused and imprisoned for a murder he did not commit.
"Just Mercy": The Intersection of Justice, Hope, and Abuse of Power
Joel E. Wood II, Columnist • March 11, 2021