CCBC Student Blogs

Students are serious about their academic lives, but they're just as intense about exploring their other interests — and having fun.

Are you wondering what life at CCBC is like? Thanks to our student bloggers, you’ll get a snapshot of everyday life here on campus.

Meet our current bloggers

Patricia DeArmas

CCBC student blogger Patricia DeArms
An English major on the Catonsville campus, I first enrolled at CCBC in 2011 as a homeschooled PEP student. Now an official college student, I spend a lot of time taking classes, helping out as an Ambassador, attending campus events, and literally running across the campus! I am also a black belt Taekwon-Do practitioner, competitor and instructor. Some of my other interests include taking Eskrima stick fighting classes, writing, reading and graphic design. Read my blog »

Liberty Carter

CCBC student blogger Liberty Carter
A Fine Arts major, returning student and CCBC crusader, I'm finishing up my last year on the Essex campus. In additon to being a student ambassador, I am president of both the Art Club and the Game Development Club. When I'm not running around campus, I love to knit, take pictures and cuddle with my two puppies.
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Oladipupo Eke

CCBC student blogger Oladipupo Eke
I like to think I am the coolest nerd you will ever meet! I'm a Computer Science major currently in my fourth semester on the Essex campus. I serve as secretary of the Multicultual Student Association (MCSA). I'm also an active member of Phi Theta Kappa and the Cyber Club. My first name has been butchered countless times, so I have settled to let people call me by my last name, Eke (pronounced A-K).
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Vanessa Wright

CCBC student blogger Vanessa Wright
I am a full-time student originally from the beautiful island of Jamaica. For now, CCBC Catonsville is my second home. Here, I serve as president of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society. I'm also a member of the Maryland Higher Education Commission Student Advisory Council. I love to be involved and active on campus. I am CCBC!
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