Virtual Pub Trivia/Horse Racing

Yvonne Page

Take a 15 minute break and play a quick round of Pub Trivia or Horse Racing! While you’re playing, get to know what virtual activities are all about, meet student activities staff, learn what’s planned for the spring semester! MxCC will be playing against Asnuntuck and Northwestern Community Colleges. The college with the most wins will earn a free scavenger …

Law Enforcement/Elected Official

John Szewczyk studied at MxCC in 1996 enroute to earning his B.A. from Trinity College in 1999 where he majored in Political Science and Educational Studies.  For the past 14 years he has been a member of the Hartford Police Department where he currently holds the rank of Sergeant.  Additionally, he has served on Durham, Connecticut’s Board of Selectmen since …

Thought for Food

It’s not unusual for a Middlesex Community College student to be someone who did not enroll in college immediately after high school graduation. This was the case for Carolyn Russell, a native of Middletown, CT. She first managed a local coffee shop for several years before realizing she wanted to pursue a career helping people. Knowing MxCC as a local …

Middlesex Hospital Director/Officer

 Audrey Livingston   MxCC ‘93    Middlesex Hospital Director/ “My daughter was instrumental in encouraging me to attend MxCC. As a single parent of two, my choices were limited, and the community college provided the perfect opportunity for Following graduation from Middlesex, Audrey continued her education in the New Dimensions Program at Albertus Magnus, earning her Bachelors Degree in 2000. She has …

Inspiring Climate Action Through Storytelling

Yvonne Page

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 4:30 – 6:30 PM How can our personal stories inspire action on climate change, environmental justice, and broader sustainability issues? Through his work leading the Climate Narrative Project, Jeff Biggers explores climate storytelling as a way to bridge the gap between climate science and activism. At this workshop, Biggers will teach Wesleyan and Middletown students how …