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Guitar Students at Lessons and Carols

I was delighted when Dawn Hundley asked me to help with this year’s Christmas show, Lessons and Carols. I had already started my students in MUS150 and MUS1502 on playing several Christmas carols and so it was only natural to arrange to have each student play one Christmas song as a duet with me for…

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Join the Movement and Give Today

After Thanksgiving, many of you fought the long lines and did some early Christmas shopping on Black Friday.  Many more of you shopped on Small Business Saturday, which helps our small local businesses.  Today, some of you are probably making purchases on Cyber Monday, hopefully on your breaks or lunch hour.  Tomorrow, we celebrate generosity…

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The Joys Of Holiday Giving

It’s the time of the year where everyone is thankful for the many blessings they have in their life, and they look to give back. The holidays tend to bring out a charitable side of individuals, and there is no shortage of worthy organizations to support. At Chatfield, we believe we have something worthy of…

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Chatfield College To Present Lessons & Carols

Chatfield College is pleased to invite the community to Lessons and Carols on Friday, December 2, 2016 at 7 p.m. in the Mongan Academic Building on the St. Martin Campus. Lessons and Carols reminds us of the meaning of the Advent Season through music and selected readings by the students, staff and members of the…

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Is There a Day After Today?

As we teeter on the edge of the 2016 election, most, if not all of us have been impacted by this race either directly or indirectly.  There is a poll or statistic released everyday about the two nominees (yes I know there are four running, but for this blog we can stick with reality).  We…

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Why YOU Should Vote & Why YOU Need to Be Informed

For the last several months, the upcoming election is all anyone can talk about. You can’t use any type of social media or turn on the tv or radio without being bombarded by it. Aside from sharing a funny meme or two, a lot of us may just be fed up with hearing about it….

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Re: Your Recent Email to Your Professor

Students who use emojis in their emails and write “heeeeelp!” in the subject line don’t necessarily know better. Paul Corrigan and Cameron Hunt McNabb present a way for professors to help such students. Dear College Student, If your professor has sent you a link to this page, two things are likely true. First, you probably…

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Make Higher Education Affordable By Earning College Credits Now

    Are loans the only affordable way to obtain a degree? Who wants to dig themselves out from insurmountable debt right after graduation? Thinking about rising costs of college tuition can be daunting for students embarking on their postsecondary education. Options are available to earn college credit early and save money in the process.  Students in Ohio may enroll in the CCP program to…

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You’ve Made It Halfway, But Don’t Give In

As we move from summer to autumn, there is an energy in the air, a restlessness that lingers on the breezes of the Chatfield College Campus. Students hurry around and apply their knowledge to the classes that they have made to the half way mark;  that’s right, it is the time for midterms. Although grades from…

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Recent Grad Credits Chatfield for Job Promotion

Many students come to Chatfield College with the objective of going on to a four-year college to pursue a bachelor’s degree.  Others come because they wish to advance their careers or earn job promotions.  Some even manage to accomplish both. After taking a few months off after graduation in May, Amy Wilson, a 2016 graduate,…

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