By Shaun Eumont
As the current school year nears its end, the estimated $46 million facelift made to the Hagerstown Community College also approaches completion. The assortment of renovations and building additions that started more than a year ago has dramatically transformed the campus grounds, generating generally positive feedback, even as the administration works to refine the implementation of the new facilities.
By Stephen Barber
The Maryland Senate passed a bill March 19 decriminalizing the possession of 10 grams or less of cannabis. The bill would make the possession of a small amount of marijuana a civil offense, punishable with a $100 fine. Maryland’s current marijuana laws, make possession a criminal offense, punishable with a possible 90 day jail term and $500 fine. The bill now awaits approval from the House of Delegates.
By: Adam Kramer
After roughly a two-year hiatus, The Hawk is spreading its wings again.
The student-run newspaper will be publishing during the spring and fall semesters, and maintain an online version that will be updated weekly. The newspaper aims to provide students and faculty with a mix of news and opinion from the campus of Hagerstown Community College. The articles will include everything from campus politics, humor, opinions of students and staff, and arts coverage.