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College will require vaccines for on ground courses

Hakim Felder | December 9, 2021

Beginning in the 2021 spring semester, HCCC will impose a vaccine mandate for on-ground courses. Students will not be able to take or register for these courses unless they have proof of vaccination.    So far, the majority of employees and students have either been fully vaccinated or are in the process. HCCC prides themselves on the safety of their students.   President Christopher Reber...

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Latin-X

Victoria Rodriguez | December 9, 2021

Language is beautiful, language is important, language is powerful. Oppression is engraved in civilization, even in language. This is especially prevalent in the Latin community. Spanish is among the top four most spoken languages in the world, but it is weighed down by its perspective on gender. For example, it uses masculine and feminine suffixes, a structure of grammar that has been consistent...

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College blood drive at the North Hudson campus

College blood drive at the North Hudson campus

November 14, 2019

On September 24, Hudson County Community College held a blood drive at the...

Fighting crime with expression and inclusion

Fighting crime with expression and inclusion

May 23, 2019

Summer is quickly approaching, and one looming problem is being overlooked....

Women’s Empowerment Dinner

Women’s Empowerment Dinner

May 23, 2019

Student Activities held a Women’s Empowerment Dinner, in the STEM building...

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