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Cosmic Connections

Weekly Horoscopes for Howard Community College
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The cosmos are calling, Dragon Country! This week’s horoscope brings together astronomical and campus events to guide you on your journey. From the Moon at Perihelion aligning with the Career Conversations event, there’s something for everyone in the stars.

Aries:

This week, you’re feeling bold and ambitious. The Moon at Perihelion on October 17th gives you the energy to pursue your goals with passion. At the Career Conversations event on October 17th, you can learn from experienced professionals and network with potential employers. Make sure to dress to impress!

Taurus:

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This week, you’re focused on your practical needs. Mars at Apogee in Virgo on October 18th reminds you of the importance of hard work and attention to detail. At the HESI A2 and LPN to RN Mobility Training on October 20th, you can prepare for the next step in your nursing career. If that is not applicable to you, the Food for Thought, Diversity Cupcakes event on October 19th, can allow you to learn about different cultures.

Gemini:

This week, your communication skills are on point. The ε-Geminid meteor shower on October 18th inspires you to share your ideas with the world. At the SPB (Student Programming Board) Meeting on October 18th, you can get involved in planning fun and engaging events for your fellow students.

Cancer:

This week, you’re feeling introspective and emotional. The Moon at First Quarter in Sagittarius on October 21st encourages you to reflect on your values and goals. At the Candlelight Concert Society: Australian Haydn Ensemble on October 21st, you can enjoy the beauty of classical music and connect with your inner self.

Leo:

This week, you’re ready to shine! The Moon at Perihelion on October 17th gives you the confidence to step into the spotlight. At the Food for Thought and Diversity Cupcakes event on October 19th, you can learn about different cultures and celebrate diversity. Share your unique light with the world!

Virgo:

This week, you’re focused on the details. Mercury at Superior Solar Conjunction on October 20th reminds you of the importance of precision and accuracy. At the HESI A2 and LPN to RN Mobility Testing on October 18th, you can put your knowledge to the test. Also, at the Warp & Weft Receptions on October 26th, you can appreciate the intricate craftsmanship of the fiber art on display. Be precise and focused in your appreciation!

Neptune takes center stage as it reaches opposition’s peak brilliance. (Deposit Photos)

Libra:

This week, you’re feeling social and harmonious. The Moon at Perihelion on October 17th gives you the desire to connect with others. At the Career Conversations event on October 17th, you can network with professionals and expand your career possibilities.

Scorpio:

This week, you’re feeling introspective and passionate. Mars at Apogee in Virgo on October 18th reminds you of the importance of self-awareness. At the Candlelight Concert Society: Australian Haydn Ensemble on October 21st, you can experience the power of music and connect with your inner depths.

Sagittarius:

This week, you’re feeling adventurous and optimistic. The Moon at First Quarter in your sign on October 21st encourages you to explore new possibilities. At the Food for Thought and Diversity Cupcakes event on October 19th, you can learn about different cultures and expand your worldview. Step outside of your comfort zone and embrace the unknown!

Capricorn:

This week, you’re focused on your goals and ambitions. Mercury at Superior Solar Conjunction on October 20th reminds you of the importance of strategic planning. At the HESI A2 and LPN to RN Mobility Training on October 20th, you can prepare for the next step in your career. Also, at the Warp & Weft Receptions on October 26th, you can learn about the different career paths that are available in the fiber arts industry. Be precise and focused in your planning!

Aquarius:

This week, you’re feeling unconventional and innovative. The Moon at Perihelion on October 17th gives you the desire to break the mold. At the Student Programming Board Meeting on October 18th, you can share your ideas for creative and engaging events. Use your unique perspective to make a difference!

Pisces:

This week, you’re feeling compassionate and empathetic. Mars at Apogee in Virgo on October 18th reminds you of the importance of serving others. At the Food for Thought and Diversity Cupcakes event on October 19th, you can learn about different cultures and celebrate diversity. Use your compassion to create a more inclusive world.

The cosmos are always sending us messages. By paying attention to the astronomical events and campus events happening around us, we can gain valuable insights into our own lives. 

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Trent Tabor, Columnist
Trent Tabor is currently a double major in sociology and general studies at HCC. He wants to be an advocate for people with or without disabilities. He would like to attend either Stevenson University or UMBC. At the moment, he likes to write horoscopes, along with astrological events and how they overlap. Occasionally, he may write horoscopes based on current events at HCC, and now that his career is developing, he is writing other stories, as well. When he is able to take a picture or is given a picture, he includes it in the article, crediting who took it, when, and where. Trent uses any pronouns, but he prefers masculine pronouns.  

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