In This Issue
- Big Data: A new way to crunch numbers is changing the way we think.
- Thinking About a New Career? Check out the exciting new programs at BHCC this year.
- Human Hearts, Jewel Wasps, Robotic Bees and the Frontiers of Science: BHCC students conduct cutting-edge research in the labs at Harvard and MIT.
- Like Magic: Generous donors make obstacles disappear for students.
From the Archives
- Pathways to Higher Ed: For Chelsea High School students, it’s a short walk to college, careers and success.
- Like soccer? BHCC’s team is a winner.
- National Recognition for Learn and Earn
- BHCC Makes President’s Honor Roll for Community Service
- An Honor for Honor Society Advisor Paul Moda
- More Honors for Community Engagement
- Gold Again for BHCC Magazine
- Taking a 10-Year Stand
With dual enrollment and early college, students graduate from high school with a transcript of college credits—saving time and money. BHCC Magazine goes to Malden High School to see how it all works.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren tells graduates: “You can’t win what you don’t fight for!" Read about her rousing speech at BHCC’s 41st commencement exercises under the big white tent on the Charlestown Campus.
Big Data: find out details about BHCC’s Introduction to Big Data (CIT-137). Go to the CIT section of the course descriptions and click on CIT-137.
- Ted Mitchell: U.S. Under Secretary of Education Solicits BHCC Student Views
- Tawakkol Karman: Nobel Laureate and women’s rights activist Tawakkol Karman talks about Yemen
- Ice-T: Describes his life as gang member, gangster rapper and Law & Order cop
- Beverly Morgan-Welch: Introduces works by 18th and 19th century African Americans
- L’Merchie Franzier: Presents an exhibit of fiber and mixed-media works
- Oscar Micheaux Family Theater: Chelsea Campus Celebrates Black History Month
- Elizabeth Lindsey: Polynesian explorer shares stories of her travels
- Josh Neufeld: Graphic novelist brings to life New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina