Author: Delaney Vanover

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GSA leads OBOC community discussion

A recent roundtable discussion brought together MCCC’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance and others to cover their favorite parts, of Brit Bennett’s “The Vanishing Half.” Specifically, the relationships and the themes of gender and identity. “The Vanishing Half” was chosen for this year’s One Book, One Community program, tackling identity issues […]

Entertainment

Beach Bunny is sick of nice guys

Growing up, the minds of young women are filled with the “do’s and don’ts” of life, femininity and appropriateness. Some have noticed that many of these notions are centered on men and what could be a mild inconvenience to them. Taking a stand against sexism and toxic masculinity, indie rock […]

Features

La Clair steps down as Honors Program coordinator

Edmund La Clair, assistant professor of history, has relinquished his role as the MCCC Honors Program coordinator after the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving room for new leadership to fill his place. The Honors Program started its test run in the Winter Semester of 2017 with La Clair as the inaugural coordinator. […]

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MCCC Bookstore Moves to eCampus

The MCCC Bookstore that has helped students get the resources they need for their classes soon will not house books any longer. Students have no reason to worry because the bookstore will be replaced with a website set up through eCampus just in time for the upcoming Summer Semester. The […]

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Criminal justice program plans expansion

Fully immersed in realistic training scenarios, the MILO Range Simulator offers training in de-escalation to equip police officers with the appropriate skills to tackle any situation. Dan Wood, assistant professor of criminal justice, visited a MILO Simulator on Jan. 28 to get the full experience of the training program. Wood […]

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Delaney Vanover

After being given the chance to explore the infinite possibilities of writing, I fell in love with the creative independence and the opportunity to let my natural curiosity roam free. Essays and short stories always came easy to me. The words just seemed to flow out. With that being said, […]