Hoops for Hope

Last month, I was lucky enough to help out at an event at the Dundalk campus. Dubbed as the Hoops for Hope charity basketball game, it highlighted the basketball talents of several CCBC students versus errr, the CCBC faculty and staff. Rewind to its inception, this idea was the brainchild of several students enrolled in [...]

Pockmarked for Life

Gobble gobble gobble! Happy Thanksgiving everyone . Thanksgiving reminds me of the beginning of the holiday season, which means a lot of traveling! With a swift harsh winter coming up, safety issues such as pot holes, a pet peeve of mine, are bound to become inevitable fixtures of not just the ubiquitous pockmarked streets in [...]

The significance of Mentors

What is a mentor? Is it that person who greatly influences your life that you no longer can forget them – no matter how shot your long term memory is? Is it that person unrelated who, even until now, affects how you live from day-to-day? Is it him or her who inspires you, challenges you, [...]

Alternative Spring Break

Do you have plans yet for April 16-22, 2011, our Spring Break? Do you want to do something different and be part of something memorable? If yes, come with us to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota for an alternative spring break! According to Toni Aho, Leadership & Civic Engagement Administrator for CCBC: “An [...]

Are you the next Student Ambassador?

What a flying fantastique semester I’ve had being a student ambassador for CCBC. I’ve been to the President’s house, mentored first-year students on building schedules, represented the student population at the Baltimore County Public Schools Counselor breakfast and most of all, saw firsthand what great things that all three campuses have to offer. I have [...]