Category Archives: Writing and Literature

Back To The Future: Campus News from 30 Years Ago

The May 1991 issue of The Correspondent, “the newsletter of Greater Hartford Community College”, provides a look back at academic and student life one year before Greater Hartford Community College would change its name. In 1992, GHCC would merge with … Continue reading

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Professor Emerita Evelyn Farbman Brings Her “Sentence Sense” To Digital Learning And Back To Capital

Professor Emerita Evelyn Farbman taught English and writing classes for 25 years at Capital Community College, instructing a generation of traditional and non traditional students in composition and the basics of writing well. Farbman’s lesson plans on sentence structure and … 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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