Former POW Shoshana Johnson Shares Her Experience at BHCC
Shoshana Johnson, the first black female prisoner of war in U.S. military history, believes that females should be allowed into combat roles in the U.S. military, saying women already confront the challenges of war.
BHCC Wins New England Regional Soccer Championship
For the third time in four years, the Bunker Hill Community College men’s soccer team has won the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III regional championship. The team now competes in the national Division III championships.
Shoshana Johnson Speaks on Endurance, Fellowship and Clean Clothes
A U.S. Army veteran who was captured and held as a POW in the opening weeks of the war in Iraq brought a message of endurance and fellowship to Bunker Hill Community College on Nov. 7, as part of the College’s recognition of Veterans Day.
Bunker Hill Community College Hosts Danny Glover and Felix Justice
Danny Glover and Felix Justice presented the work of Martin Luther King and Langston Hughes to a Bunker Hill Community College audience on November 12 as part of the College’s Compelling Conversations speaker series, a program that has brought high-profile politicians, authors, news commentators and filmmakers to the Charlestown Campus for 10 years.
BHCC Soccer Team To Compete in National Tournament
The men’s soccer team of Bunker Hill Community College hopes the third time’s the charm. For the third time in four years, the BHCC Bulldogs will compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III National Championships, which begin Thursday, Nov. 14, in Herkimer, New York.
BHCC Earns U.S. Department of Labor Grant to Build Workforce
Bunker Hill Community College is among seven Northeast community colleges and two national organizations that will share a $23.5 million federal grant aimed at enhancing their communities’ resilience by developing a workforce with skills in critical areas.