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Wishing you all the best.

We at WHFC thank our loyal listners for all of your continued support and contributions this past year. It is our sincere pleasure to serve this community.

Have a safe and happy holiday!

Holiday Closing Announcement

Harford Community College will close Friday, December 22, 2017 at noon and remain closed until January 2, 2018.

Get into the holiday spirit!

And share the joy with friends.

While supplies last, you can get the WHFC Light-Up Holiday Ornament when you donate to the radio station through the HCC Foundation. $15 donations will receive one(1) holiday ornament and $25 contributions will receive two(2) ornaments. Click Here to Donate Online or you can pay by check.

$15 for one ornament or $25 for two ornaments.

Make checks payable to:

Harford Community College

Mail checks to:

Harford Community College
WHFC Radio, Joppa Hall
401 Thomas Run Road
Bel Air, Maryland 21015

Happy Holidays and Thank You!

HCC Board of Trustees to Meet December 12

For release: 16 November, 2017

The Board of Trustees of Harford Community College will meet in open session on Tuesday, December 12, at 6 PM in the James F. LaCalle Conference Room 132, Edgewood Hall.

Citizens or groups may address the Board during the public comment portion of the 6 PM meeting. Anyone wishing to speak at this time must complete a request form and return it to the Director for Marketing and Public Relations before the meeting begins (forms are available immediately prior to the meeting). A 3-minute time limit will be imposed on each citizen or group unless the Presiding Officer decides to allow more time. Topics for discussion must relate to College concerns. Comments that involve personal attacks, employment or employee-related matters, real estate transactions, or that contain unprofessional or inappropriate language or content shall not be allowed. (Published agenda is subject to change.) Please note: Any person wishing to circulate written materials to the Board for use during their comment shall submit such materials to the President’s Office at least 10 days in advance of the Board meeting.

To request disability-related reasonable accommodations, please call 443-412-2230 voice, 443-412-2199 TTY or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at least three business days prior to the meeting/event.

For further information, call 443-412-2230.

Owl Magazine Wins National Awards

For the second year in a row, Harford Community College’s student multimedia publication is best in the nation for video. Owl Magazine’s YouTube channel won first place in the Pinnacle Award category of Best Two-Year TV Station of the Year for 2016-2017.

While many staff members contributed to these production efforts, the following students were involved as either on-air talent, videographers and/or video editors for the award-winning entries: Megan Malkus, Sydney Gaeth, and Matthew Dudley for “From Farm to Table”; Adeyemi Ekundayo, Bre Mascetti, Maddie Ritchey, and Julia Whiteford for “Philly and Steaks”; and Nick DeMent, Kirsten Johnson, and Reed Freeman for “The 45th Presidential Inauguration.”

The staff also won an Honorable Mention for Best TV Special Event Coverage for the “45thPresidential Inauguration” video; HCC was the only two-year college to be recognized in this category.

The awards were announced at the Fall National College Media Convention, held in Dallas, Texas from October 25 to 29.

Video topics are chosen based on their relevancy to the current theme of Owl Magazine. The Fall/Winter 2016 theme was “Self-Sufficiency” while the current issue’s theme is “Travel/Adventure.”

Owl Magazine has been producing videos since the fall of 2014. The multimedia publication has won a total of 11 national awards. Claudia Brown, Professor of Mass Communications, is the Chief Adviser of Owl Magazine. Matt Tennyson, an HCC alum, acted as a Video Production Adviser for the spring of 2017.

In addition to a YouTube channel, Owl Magazine also shares digital content via its Facebook page and Instagram account. Copies of Owl Magazine’s print publication can be found on HCC’s campus, in libraries, schools, and in a variety of local businesses.

Visit: www.harford.edu/OwlMagazine

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