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‘It’s never too late’: EMT, father of five delivers RCC student graduate address
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Local News
‘It’s never too late’: EMT, father of five delivers RCC student graduate address
James Anderson stood on a stage last Friday with his friends, family, classmates and other Roxbury Community College affiliates looking on. He was clad in a black graduation cap and gown, with stoles draped on his shoulders, and gold and blue chords and a medal adorning his regalia. “Hello everyone. I’m a little nervous up here, trying not to cry,” he said. “I’ve got some tears building up. But it’s alright.”
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Why Rollins is right for Roxbury Community College
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Editorial
Why Rollins is right for Roxbury Community College
RCC has justly hired former Suffolk County District Attorney and U.S. Attorney Rachael Rollins to run its newly created Restorative Justice Project.
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Roxbury Community College celebrates its 50th anniversary
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Roxbury Community College celebrates its 50th anniversary
Roxbury Community College opened its doors in September 1973 after years of community activism, welcoming 400 students to a modest campus on Blue Hill Avenue.
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RCC, Northeastern partner to guide students toward master’s degrees
When Earlene Avalón, a professor at Northeastern University, attended college as a first-generation student, she felt overwhelmed with the financial challenges of higher education, including affording textbooks and transportation.
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RCC Tigers: Champions that never got their due
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Sports
RCC Tigers: Champions that never got their due
A group of exceptional young men brought national recognition to a small college in Roxbury. All but two members of the 13-man squad of Roxbury Community College hailed from Roxbury or Dorchester.
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Enroll at Roxbury Community College – Fall Classes Start Soon!
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Sponsored
Enroll at Roxbury Community College – Fall Classes Start Soon!
At RCC, we take pride in offering our students some of the lowest tuition and fees in Massachusetts. Thanks to new state- and city-sponsored initiatives, private donors, and other funders, many RCC students will qualify for tuition-free enrollment as of Fall 2023.
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Boston high school students get STEM experience at RCC summer program
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Local News
Boston high school students get STEM experience at RCC summer program
Thirty Boston-area high school students had the chance to expand their knowledge in science, technology, engineering and math at a summer program run by Roxbury Community College and NuSq Life Science Training Center, an upcoming development based in Nubian Square.
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RCC celebrates its 50th anniversary
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Local News
RCC celebrates its 50th anniversary
A panel discussion with alumni, commencement exercises and a block party last week punctuated Roxbury Community College’s year-long celebration of its 50th anniversary. The college opened its doors to students in September 1973 in Grove Hall and had several homes before moving in 1988 to its current campus in Roxbury Crossing.
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RCC ceremony celebrates the legacy of artist John Wilson
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Arts & Culture
RCC ceremony celebrates the legacy of artist John Wilson
John Wilson’s dynamic sculpture “Father and Child Reading” has sat on the Roxbury Community College campus since 1990. The college commissioned the piece in 1985 and it’s been a symbol of the power of education and interpersonal relationships for decades. Now the sculpture is receiving a commemorative plaque and a rededication ceremony to honor its value for the campus community.
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