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Witt Lowry flies under the radar with new album

The album cover of “Nevers Road” takes listeners down the trails of Nevers Road, a location Witt Lowry grew up by.     When you mix the emotional storytelling aspect of NF and blend it with speedy lines like Eminem, you get the underground rapper Witt Lowry. The 28-year-old Connecticut […]

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New adviser has new adventure

The wheels on my suitcase bumped down the sidewalk as I hustled from an orientation meeting. I had only been in Monroe for a couple of hours after catching a 6 a.m. flight from a conference in Toronto. No car, no clue, no worries. I was heading to Tim Hortons […]

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MCCC Foundation hosts 25th annual golf outing

People were all smiles as the sun rose at Carrington Golf Club on Sept. 6 for the 25th Annual MCCC Alumni Association Scholarship Golf Outing. Through the golf outing, the college has awarded 124 Alumni Association Scholarships and raised a total $113,475 since starting in 1995. The golf outing raises […]

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Flu shot clinic announced

The Respiratory Therapy Program will host a flu shot clinic at the gymnasium of the Welch Health Education Building Monday, Sept. 9, MCCC announced. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is for students, employees and the community. Flu shots will be administered by trained CVS […]

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Logic releases second album of 2019

“Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” the latest by rapper Logic/ Bobby Tarantino seems more like confessions of a confused mind. This is the second album from Logic in 2019, and the fourth in the span of two years. The album runs 55 minutes long and is sprinkled with star studded […]

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MCCC celebrates its 52 commencement

Photo by Vanessa Ray  Graduate Ali Mutahr kisses his son Mutahr Ali during Monroe County Community College's 52nd Commencement Friday evening. The cool, damp, cloudy day didn’t drag down the spirit of MCCC’s 2019 graduating class. Held on May 3, MCCC celebrated the graduation of over 350 students. The College/Community […]

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Quartey gives state of the college address

MCCC Board of Trustees member Florence Buchanan talks with President Kojo Quartey after the State of the College address. MCCC showed the community what the millage has done for the campus last night. After hosting an open house for community members to see the addition to the Life Sciences building, […]

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Graduating culinary arts students host their final campus event

Bittersweet is how Chef Kevin Thomas described the afternoon as he named off another group of graduated chefs. Families and MCCC administration joined in the cafeteria Wednesday evening to honor and congratulate the newly certified chefs as well as sample some of their finest creations as they catered their last […]

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MCCC hosts sports impact luncheon

From (left) Lisa Jennings, Herman Moore, Wendy Klinski, Joique Bell, and Dr. James Miller attended the Sports Impact Luncheon to discuss suicide and the struggles of addiction. MCCC provided the La-Z-Boy Center’s Meyer Theatre for a Sports Impact Luncheon on April 24. The event, which is part of the Sports […]

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Colleagues from division praise retiring Hedeen

Hedeen in his office. Is Paul Hedeen a writer who teaches, or a teacher who writes? Fittingly, the answer is an academic one – rather like Hedeen himself. Hedeen, who is turning 66 in May, has been in higher education for 38 years. The last seven of those were as […]