The HCC Music Series continues the season on October 22nd, with artist Ashley Dubose. In 2013, the masses far beyond the Twin Cities got an introduction to DuBose during her run on the NBC singing competition The Voice. After auditioning on a whim, she performed a dazzling cover of Rihanna's "Diamonds" and earned support from all four judges. The singer/songwriter chose to be part of Team Adam. DuBose describes her current sound as neo soul and cites Beyonce, Jill Scott, Rihanna, Lauryn Hill, and Erykah Badu as musical influences. She released her debut album, Something More, and followed that up with her second album, Be You. DuBose is a graduate from St. Catherine's University with a degree in Mathematics.
Ashley DuBose will be bring with her special guests and opening artists, BdotCroc and DJ Keezy. Born and raised on the Northside of Minneapolis, BdotCroc has been rapping since the age of 8 years old. She was recently nominated for "The Best Female MC" at the Twin Cities Hip Hop Awards. BdotCroc has opened up for some of music's best artist today like Trey Songz, Dead Prez, and Gucci Mane.
This event is set for Thursday, October 22nd, 7:00 PM. Doors will open for seating at 6:30 PM. General Admission tickets are $10, HCC Student tickets are FREE. Tickets are available at either Grandma's In the Park Restaurant or at the HCC Bookstore starting Monday, September 28th. If you would like to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact the HCC Bookstore at (218) 262-6706. For more information about the concert series, please contact Jennifer Boben at (218) 262-7363.
The HCC Veteran's Club will meet on Thursday, October 8th at 10:00 AM in the Student Senate Office. All interested students are invited to attend. For question regarding this meeting, please contact Veteran's Club President, Dustin Giersdorf, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hibbing Community College is proud to be welcoming the Why
Treaties Matter Exhibit to the HCC Campus. Why Treaties Matter:
Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nation is a nationally recognized,
award-winning, traveling exhibit made in partnership with the Minnesota Indian
Affairs Council and the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian.
This exhibit will be on the HCC Campus starting Thursday, October 8th
through October 20th. An
opening event will take place on Thursday, October 8th at 12:00 in the HCC
Commons. The opening event will feature a Native American Blessing, Native American drumming by Cedar Creek drummers, and a keynote speech by Chairwoman, Karen Diver, of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
HCC "Art Among the Stacks" presents: Ceramic Form and Function starting September 22nd through November 20th. David Meyer, of Nashwauk, Minnesota, along with a selection of his students, will present Ceramic Form and Function. The exhibition is a visual testament to challenges conquered and presents a formative and significant collection of ceramic artwork created by both the Instructor and his students.
Educated at Hibbing Community College and the University of Wisconsin-Superior, David Meyer earned a Master's Degree in Studio Art with a minor in Art Therapy. While studying, he rallied from the aftereffects of surgery and challenges of physical therapy. Through these experiences, David found in his core an innate desire to find new approaches and solutions for clay while assisting people with disabilities.
The Hibbing Community College Nursing, Medical Lab Technician, and Pharmacy Technician students will be presenting the 2015 Health Promotion Fair in the HCC Commons. This event will run from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM and will feature a variety of topics for the purpose of educating both students and the community. Some topics included: Aromatherapy, Blood Typing, Depression, Date Rape, Diabetes, Infection Control, Office Yoga, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Smoking Cessation, and Suicide Prevention...along with many others! Stop by on the 14th to learn something new and show your support to this group of students.
Hibbing Community College is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system
and the Arrowhead University Consortium.
Hibbing Community College is accredited by The NCA Higher Learning Commission.
Hibbing Community College is an equal opportunity employer and educator.
Hibbing Community College is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. Hibbing Community College is accredited by The NCA Higher Learning Commission. Hibbing Community College is an equal opportunity employer and educator.