Literary giant to visit Sheldon’s creative writing class on campus

Albert Goldbarth, one of the best known American poets writing today, will present a talk during the Introduction to Creative Writing class on Thursday, April 30 at 1:10 in the Science Hall, room 102. Goldbarth, the author of nearly 40 books (poetry, essays, and a novel), is the only author…

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Concert Chorale, Vocal Jazz salute Beatles, Sondheim, in spring event

Described as a “light, spring like concert,” the HCC Concert Chorale and the Vocal Jazz Ensembles worked their magic April 22 in the Stringer Fine Arts Center. One song was a beauti-ful work for women’s voices, piano, and french horn on the poem “Barter” by Sara Teasdale. The singers took…

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Images link student to his ancestor in WWII Europe

Glass plate negatives hold key to producing portraits By Shelby Horton Patrick McIntyre, a Hutchinson Community College student, watched anxiously over the shoulder of the HCC basic photography instructor Alan Montgomery, as the teacher brought Patrick’s great-grandfather to life. McIntyre had joined the photo class in their darkroom on April…

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