Figurative artist, Ellen Slupe, will exhibit her works in a show entitled “Uncovered,” April 1 – May, 8, 2013, at the Art Space in the East Building of HACC’s Lancaster Campus, 1641 Old Philadelphia Pike.
Lancaster artist exhibits work at HACC
Charles Swisher, a critically acclaimed artist residing in Lancaster, will exhibit his “Head and Figure” work consisting of paintings and drawings through March 28, 2013, at the Art Space in the East Building of the Lancaster Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
HACC vice president named new president of a West Virginia community college
L. Marshall Washington, Ph.D., the vice president of the Lancaster Campus at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, has been named president of New River Community and Technical College in Beckley, W.V., by the Board of Governors.
HACC-Lancaster Campus students graduate, HACC holds commencement ceremony today
At left is Lori High of Lititz and at right if Lorie Campbell of Ephrata before HACC’s commencement ceremony, held Saturday at the large arena of the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg. Both graduates attended the HACC-Lancaster Campus. More than 1,000 students graduated from HACC this fall.
Deanna Meyer’s ‘A Story of Illustration’ on display at HACC’s Lancaster Campus
Deanna Meyer’s ‘A Story of Illustration’ on display at HACC’s Lancaster Campus Oct. 22-Dec. 6
‘Jay Noble: Paintings and Drawings’ on display at HACC’s Lancaster Campus
HACC recognized as a patriotic employer
From left are John J. "Ski" Sygielski, Ed.D., HACC president; Darryl Hamm, of ESGR; and Adam Walter, director, HACC military and veteran affairs.
Spring 2012 commencement - Lancaster Campus
Getting ready for HACC's commencement ceremony Tuesday evening at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg are Michael Shoemaker of New Holland and Tamara Wilson of Lancaster. Both attended the Lancaster Campus. Shoemaker served as president of the Middle Atlantic Region of Phi Theta Kappa, the largest honor society in American higher education. Shoemaker also served as treasurer for HACC's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa and is helping to organize the chapter's participation in the American Cancer Society's upcoming Relay for Life event in Lancaster.
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Second place team - High School Math Contest 2012
The team from Hempfield High School placed second in HACC’s 22nd annual mathematics contest held recently through an interactive video link at the college’s Harrisburg, Lancaster and York campuses. From left at the Lancaster Campus are sophomore Adam Karl, junior John Grosh and senior Bryan Yoder, who also placed fifth in the individual overall score. This year 21 area high schools competed.
Third place team - High School Math Contest
The team from Lower Dauphin High School placed third in HACC’s 22nd annual mathematics contest held recently through an interactive video link at the college’s Harrisburg, Lancaster and York campuses. From left at the Harrisburg Campus are senior Nick Diskerud; Daniel Fahringer, HACC associate professor of computer science and mathematics; junior Ted Meador; team adviser Deb McKee; and freshman Eric Markely. Meador also placed first in the individual overall score. This year 21 area high schools competed.