|The Interview: President Eddinger Interviews Karen A. Stout, Ed.D.,of Achieving the Dream
President Eddinger and Achieving the Dream President and CEO Karen A. Stout explore the challenges before us in community college education.
|Celebrating the Class of 2019
MA Commissioner of Higher Education addresses 2019 graduates at 45th Commencement exercises.
|Wick Sloane’s Legacy
More than just peanut butter sandwiches, Sloane fought for food insecurity and homelessness for BHCC students and beyond.
|Valuing our Cultural Wealth
BHCC engages College community in equity work.
Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth 2019 Institute
Rhina Espailla, Poet and BHCC 2019-2020 Artist in Residence, opens with a poetry reading. Shaun Harper, Ph.D., nationally recognized scholar on race and equity and founder and executive director of the University of Southern California Race and Equity Center, delivers keynote address at BHCC’s 2nd Annual CECW Institute.
In Conversation with Seng Ty
Author and Educator Seng Ty on coming of age under the Khmer Rouge regime.
The Cost of Non-Completion: Improving Student Outcomes in Higher Education
President Eddinger testifies on degree completion at the House Committee on Education and Labor’s subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development.
How Middle Class Families are Faring in Today’s Economy
President Eddinger testifies at the House Committee on Education and Labor’s subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures hearing on how middle class families are faring in today’s economy.
BHCC Celebrates Mass STEM Week
Workshops and events highlight new Engineering and Innovation Labs on campus, introduce students to 3-D printing and scientific literature and more.
Program Spotlight: Electric Power Utility Technology (EPUT)
Partnership program with Eversource Energy combines real-world job experience with traditional classroom work to launch your career gas and electric industry.
Arts & Culture
Tackling Equality with Former NFL Player Wade Davis
A thought leader and public speaker on gender, race and orientation equality, Davis is the NFL’s first LGBT inclusion consultant.
Roxane Gay reads from her book “Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body”
Named “America’s brightest new essayist” by The Guardian, Gay is the author of New York Times bestsellers Bad Feminist and Difficult Women. She recently became the first black woman to write for Marvel, penning a comic series in the Black Panther universe called World of Wakanda.
Honoring Our Shared History: Black History Month
BHCC celebrated Black History Month with a series of events centered around the theme, “Honoring our Shared History.”
Susan Thompson: Call of the Ancestors
An exhibit of richly textured fiber art quilts by local artist and educator Susan Thompson, and a performance by Core Ensemble of Of Ebony Embers: Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance, celebrating the lives of great African American writers, painters and poets.
Our Story is Our Strength: Women’s History Month
BHCC Celebrates Women’s History Month with a series of events
Yary Livan: Reclaiming the Lost Tradition of Cambodian Ceramics
These richly ornamented and masterful works are by one of only a few traditional ceramicists to survive the Khmer Rouge. His personal story is one of overcoming hardship and keeping art, community and culture alive.
Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence Program: Robin Chandler
As a social scientist and artist who works primarily in collage and multimedia, Chandler uses art to inspire, stimulate and promote thinking concerning unity and peace-building from the local to the global.
Seng Ty on “The Years of Zero”
Author and educator at Lowell Public Schools Seng Ty visited the Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) campus on Thursday, April 25, 2019, to share with the College community The Years of Zero, his personal account of the Cambodian genocide and the cruelty he endured under the Khmer Rouge regime in the late 1970s.