Category Archives: Capital/Hartford Links

A Giving Tuesday Story: Capital’s Guide To Grammar Inspires A Gift From Georgia

“I went to those webpages on Grammar, and I found a major resource that is open to the world…free to anyone who wants to learn English.  What a gift to Mankind!” Jim Satterfield, Canton, Georgia In 1996 Professor Emeritus Charles … Continue reading


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Hartford Heritage: Reflections on the Power of Literature from English 220

From Connecticut Humanities Council: In the fall of 2015, Capital Community College offered a course on Harriet Beecher Stowe and Mark Twaintaught entirely at the Stowe and Twain museums. Below are reflections by the professor and two students on the … Continue reading

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American Lit Course At Twain House Concludes With Student Presentations Wednesday, December 16th

Students from Humanities Chair Jeff Partridge’s English 220 class will present their posters on the theme of “Stowe, Twain and Me” in Hal Holbrook Hall at the Mark Twain House & Museum on Wednesday, December 16th,  3 -4:30 p.m. The … Continue reading

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Capital, Hartford Stage Collaborate On “One Play”: College Night At Theatre In October

A new collaboration between Capital Community College and the Hartford Stage Company will kick off this month called “One Play”.  The focus will be on the Hartford Stage’s production of Water by the Spoonful, a new play by Quiara Alegría Hudes … Continue reading

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41.7′ North Latitude: Capital’s Time Piece Sculpture A Geography Lesson For Visitors

Visitors to Capital Community College’s campus will  get an unexpected lesson in geography when they come to the five-story atrium located on the upper floors at the 950 Main Street. Latitude, commissioned by the State of Connecticut for CCC as … Continue reading

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