I watched a news story about a man who was arrested for dog fighting. He had kept up to 20 dogs at a time in severely neglectful conditions and the dogs that were still alive were dehydrated, injured and starved.
People change in college; it’s as natural as the seasons changing. We see that in our senior peers, for the moment we hit college, we find ourselves surrounded by people more experienced with this change; some already having found their place in the world.
Being at college during your late teens or early twenties will probably be the most curious yet memorable time of your life.
Although Norwalk Community College linking with J.M. Wright Technical High School is out of the picture for right now there are still other programs that are geared to help the Norwalk area’s high school students.
“What was really important to me when I came here in August of 2004
By ERIK KRYSIUK Red Faction: Guerilla is essentially a technical demo for an amazing building demolition simulation with a game loosely built around it. The game is similar to previous endeavors of developer Voliton,…
By GRAHAM MARTIN Once upon a time, Norwalk Community Technical College (as it was called a many, many moons ago) had an excellent basketball team. The warriors of this elite group each had unfathomable talent,…
By SERENA BROWN The Angle of Death (Candice Fox) and a dead ventriloquist (Margaret Grubka) from the music club greeted visitors in the parking lot for the first Trunk or Treat event at NCC. The…
On Sunday Oct. 18, Norwalk Community College participated in the 18th Annual Fairfield County Start! Heart Walk in Sherwood Island State Park, Westport.
The fundraiser, which was organized by the American Heart Association (AHA) was
On Thursday, October 22, Governor M. Jodi Rell visited Norwalk Community College to announce that this Friday, October 30th, the State Bond Committee will be meeting to discuss Governor Rell’s proposal to grant Norwalk Community College $18.3 million. These funds have been set aside to alleviate some of the costs of reconstructing the Health and Science Center.
“I don’t participate…I would like to dress as a soldier. A US soldier.”