The Student Newspaper of Howard Community College

HCC Times

The Student Newspaper of Howard Community College

HCC Times

The Student Newspaper of Howard Community College

HCC Times

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The HCC Times serves as a platform for students to express their opinions on the issues that matter to them. Editorial articles express the view of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the views of the college or its employees.
The devastating aftermath of the March 2022 shelling in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Indisputably Wronged: Historical Context on Russo-Ukrainian Conflict Prompts Partiality Toward Ukraine
Trent Tabor and Esha Bhatti May 20, 2022
Flakka fViossa
Breaking the Boundaries of Language Through the Power of Conlangs
Trent Tabor May 12, 2022
Alessia Cara has been busy in 2022, releasing four compilation albums, including Broken Heart
Album Review: Revisiting Relationship Lows Through Alessia Cara's "Broken Heart"
TJ Cyrus April 1, 2022
School districts looking to ban critical race theory in their schools have considered removing books deemed offensive to white people from bookshelves.
Why Critical Race Theory is Important in American Education
Deja Grissom, Esha Bhatti, and Tanner Malinowski March 29, 2022
The Maryland Department of Health was the victim of a ransomware attack in December 2021.
The Maryland Department of Health was Slowed Down by Ransomware. You Could be Next.
Trent Tabor February 25, 2022
HCC students packed the Burrill Galleria to learn how to become more politically involved in the upcoming midterm and state gubernatorial elections.
Civic Engagement & Voter Registration: What's in it For Me?
TJ Cyrus February 23, 2022
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 24, 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 objective nature of the SAT does not accurately reflect a students true problem-solving skills or creative thinking abilities.
The SAT is Inaccurate and Unreliable
Courtney Ott October 28, 2021