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About @ Capital

A weblog for alumni and friends of Capital Community College, Hartford, Connecticut. Comments and information pertaining to the College are welcome. For more information contact the Office of Institutional Advancement, CCC, 950 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103. - John McNamara, Editor.

Local History: Lecture Series Begins January 25th At Capital’s Centinel Hill Hall Auditorium

Historian William Hosley will lead off Capital Community College’s Hartford Studies Lecture and Discussion Series on Thursday evening January 25th at the 950 Main Street at historic Centinel Hill Hall auditorium on the campus. The public lecture, focusing on the … Continue reading

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Remembering Professor Darling: His Guide To Grammar Still Reaches Millions With Online Writing Help

In 1996 Professor Charles Darling created an online instructional guide for his creative writing and literature classes at Capital Community College (CCC). Dr. Darling,  the author of several books of poetry, wanted to create a place where his students could … Continue reading

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Puerto Rican Relief: Capital CC Responded To Humanitarian Crisis Throughout Fall Semester

The devastation of Hurricane Maria on the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico last September  20th brought  campus-wide, humanitarian responses from Capital Community College’s staff, faculty and students throughout the fall semester.  Members of the college community joined other organizations and individuals … Continue reading

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Group Marks 10 Years Of Scholarship Giving And 35 Years Of Helping Computer Users

The Business and Professional Microcomputer Users Group (BPMUG), a volunteer organization founded in 1982,  donated an annual scholarship for a 10th consecutive year at its October meeting. The $500 gift will benefit a Capital student majoring in computer information systems. … Continue reading

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Two Alumna, Travelers EDGE Students Feted at Changing Lives Gala

Capital Community College, marking its 50th anniversary as an associate degree granting institution in 2017-2018,  recognized distinguished alumna and marked the 10th anniversary of a nationally recognized insurance career partnership at the 12th Changing Lives Gala held on campus October … Continue reading

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Capital’s Oct. 19th Gala To Recognize Alums In Nursing, Health Care and Insurance

Travelers Is Campus Sponsor For 2017 Changing Lives Gala Alumni from nursing, the health professions and insurance  will be recognized at Capital Community College’s Changing Lives Gala at the 950 Main Street campus on Thursday October 19th. The Gala in … Continue reading

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Faculty Art: Photo Exhibit On Connecticut Latinos At Tunxis CC In October

Photographer Christine Breslin’s exhibition “A Suspension Of Stereotypic Perception: Illuminating Portraits and Stories of Our Connecticut Latino Residents” opens Wednesday October 3rd at Tunxis Community College’s Wallace Barnes and Barbara Hackman Franklin Art Gallery. Breslin is an adjunct instructor at … Continue reading

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