Author: Todd Salisbury

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German documentary transports students to the past

Students enrolled in elementary German visited the past Nov. 13 in the A Building cafeteria. While they did not have a time machine, professor Magdalena Kotanova held a viewing of “Kinderblock 66: Return to Buchenwald” to transport students back to a pivotal time in Germany’s history. “I think it’s interesting […]

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Veterans thanked at MCCC

Dozens of community members including six veterans attended the “Thank You, Veterans” event at the La-Z-Boy Center Nov. 11. The event started with opening remarks from President Kojo Quartey and was followed by a moment of silence. Afterward, the Pledge of Allegiance was said and the “Star-Spangled Banner” was played […]

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X-TECH brings students and community to learn about STEM fields

MCCC hosted its annual X-TECH Career Exploration open house in the CTC Building Wednesday, Nov. 6. Over 100 high school students, college students and community members came to X-TECH to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematic (STEM) fields. “It’s been pretty good,” said Bonnie Masserant, an employee from DTE. […]

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MCCC hosts Boo Bash sequel

Clowns, Beetlejuice and even John Lennon invaded campus for one last Halloween night. Student Government hosted the second annual Boo Bash in the Cellar of the A Building Nov. 1 for students to celebrate Halloween one more time before putting costumes away for another year. This is the second year […]

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Joint choir, symphonic band concert honors life of oboist

In the 11 years that Catherine Brodie has directed the Agora Chorale, she has always made an effort to pick pieces with meaning. She has chosen to combine two of their four concerts with the MCCC Symphonic Band, directed by Mark Felder, to show their support for the others programs […]

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New MCCC instructor sparks interest

Not every professor has secret clearance for the U.S. Mark Jager, the new instructor of materials and welding technology, was born and raised in the city of East Detroit — now known as Eastpointe. Jager said he had a normal 1950s and 1960s upbringing. “You know, had a very close […]

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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 […]

Entertainment

‘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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West misses release date of new album

This was supposed to be a review of the new “Jesus is King” album by Kanye West. “Jesus is King” was supposed to drop Sept. 27. At the time of this article, the album hasn’t been released. West and his latest project have had a long road. West announced the […]