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Monroe and Election Night

During the Nov. 3 election, Agora staff went around Monroe and neighboring townships and cities to document the events of the day. This is a collection of photos that the staff collected over the course of the day to highlight certain areas of the voting and the behind-the-scenes process.

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Virtual scavenger hunts may continue

Even with a low turnout, events can still be considered a success. The MCCC Student Government hosted their Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt student activity on Oct. 30 from 6-7pm. Student Government hosts a campus  scavenger hunt  every year, yet due to this year’s circumstance, the event was conducted through Zoom video […]

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MCCC’s Market Twenty 4 Seven reopens

A large selection of food snacks and beverages are available on campus once again. Market Twenty 4 Seven is the micro market area in the Student Services and Administration Building outside of the cafeteria where staff and students can browse and purchase various food and refreshments. Originally opened at the […]

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Makerspace PPE donations aid community

MCCC has produced and is donating hundreds of personal protection equipment products around the community. Since March, over 350 face shields have been produced, and distributed across campus and donated to over 30 organizations and businesses throughout the community and region. Michael Reaume, ASET technician/Perkins technical specialist, who is in […]

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TRAILS to support MCMC mental health

TRAILS to Wellness is coming to the Monroe County Intermediate School District to help Middle College students support their mental health. TRAILS is an acronym for Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students. TRAILS communication specialist Ollila Meredith said TRAILS was created by the University of Michigan’s […]

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Professor encourages internship applicants

There are a number of scholarship and internship opportunities open to students this year. Edmund La Clair, assistant professor of history, talked about some in particular that he promotes to students. The River Raisin National Battlefield Park contacted La Clair in August to ask if some students might be interested […]

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Late-start courses begin at MCCC for the fall

The Fall Semester may have already begun at MCCC, but some students are just now enrolling in and starting classes. MCCC’s late-start eight-week courses began Oct. 19 and will run until Dec. 14. Ryan Rafko, director of Admissions and Guidance Services, said in an email the planning process was a […]

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C Building renovations to come

Renovations of the C Building continue to be in the planning stages since their inception in spring of this year. Jack Burns, director of Campus Planning and Facilities, said the goal is for the construction plans to be finished by the end of this year. The actual construction is projected […]

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Constitution Celebration Day at MCCC

In celebration of Constitution Day, a webinar was hosted Sept. 16. Michael Snyder, professor of political science, moderated this event. Panel discussants included Edmund La Clair, professor of history, and Dan Wood, professor of criminal justice. Snyder said they had the idea for a while to host an online event […]

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MCCC’s Student Government plans through the pandemic

MCCC’s Student Government has been planning a series of events through the COVID-19 pandemic. The Student Government at MCCC has been meeting virtually through Microsoft Teams to communicate with one another. Tom Ryder, coordinator of campus and community Events and student activities, said this is a strange time to figure […]