Happy Holidays!

I bid you adieu fair blog readers! It’s been a great semester and I wish everyone a calming, peaceful holiday season. Cheers to the past and much more cheers to the new year! See you in the Spring! I would like to personally invite to a very moving event attended by people of all types [...]

No one’s gonna do change for you

“How many trees do we waste on Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan?” – Winona La Duke, speaking about the paper waste contributed by tabloid magazines on these two controversial Hollywood stars I was given the delightful chance to meet 2-time Vice Presidential candidate and American-Indian representative Winona La Duke at CCBC Essex’ Student Life -sponsored [...]

Honors class visits the Chesapeake Bay

What is a watershed? A watershed is the area of land where all of the water that is under it or drains off of it goes into the same place. Our watershed is the Chesapeake. We share this watershed with 5 other states: NY, WV, VA, DE, & PA. The Chesapeake is where our water [...]

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 [...]

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, [...]