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‘Mario Kart Tour’ drives off course

The “Mario Kart” franchise has become one of the largest recognizable game franchises in the past few decades. In the most recent installment, “Mario Kart Tour,” Nintendo has tried to cash in on that popularity to mixed reception. Released on Sept. 25 for iOS and Android smartphones, “Mario Kart Tour” […]

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Visiting artist to speak at MCCC

On Oct. 24, artist Anna van Schaap will visit Monroe County Community College. Van Schaap will speak about her paintings from 6 to 8 p.m. in the La-Z-Boy Atrium. Her work combines elements of emotion with traditional portraits of the female body. “By creating work about the female body, its […]

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Student Government welcomes new officers

Student Government officers change year after year and Oct. 1, they elected new officers for the 2019-2020 academic year. The new officers of Students Government are McKenzie Lamour as president, Alyssa Masserant as vice president, Kayla Mercure as secretary, Ethan Harbaugh as treasurer, Nick Manor as liaison, and Alexis Cowell […]

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Untitled review of ‘Untitled Goose Game’

“It’s a lovely day in the village, and you are a horrible goose.” An apt description as provided by game developer House House about their recently released game, “Untitled Goose Game”. Released Sept. 20 for Windows, Mac OS, and Nintendo Switch, “Untitled Goose Game” allows players to take control of […]

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MCCC to host blood drive Oct. 15

The American Red Cross will host a blood drive Oct. 15 in the Administration Building cafeteria. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is open to the public over the age of 16. Identification is required and a donor card is helpful. Donors can schedule […]

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MCCC to host Disability Employment Awareness Event

MCCC will host a Disability Employment Awareness Event in the dining room of the A Building at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 10. The event will feature a panel discussion focused on the challenges, opportunities and successes those with disabilities have experienced in school or work. A question and answer session […]

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‘Divisions’ continues Starset’s journey

Some bands are hard to fit into a single genre mold. Blending heavy rock, pop, metal and electronic elements in their newest release “Divisions,” Starset is one of those bands. The album dropped Sept. 13 and consists of 13 tracks and is 58 minutes long. In “Divisions,” concepts of organizations […]

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Faculty contract negotiations finalized

Following negotiations and finalizing details, Sept. 7 saw the approval of a Master Agreement between the Monroe County Community College Faculty Association and the Community College District of Monroe County. The MCCC Board of Trustees approved the agreement unanimously. Effective immediately, the Master Agreement provides updates to current faculty contracts […]

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Your Student Government and you

Student Government is a student-run leadership group at MCCC. Despite its name, the focus of the group is not politics. “Student Government is a team that is dedicated to making MCCC a better school through leadership, hard work and involvement,” said McKenzie Lamour, historian of Student Government. “Whenever there is […]

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MCCC welcomes criminal justice professor

Dan Wood has been in the field of criminal justice for 28 years. During that time, he has worked as a police officer, criminal defense attorney and teacher. These days, he uses his skills in the classroom as the assistant professor of criminal justice at MCCC. Wood plans to use […]