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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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MCCC Art Club debuts first showcase

An art gallery presented by the new MCCC Art Club allows visitors an insider’s glimpse into the members’ artistic inspiration and strengths. The student art gallery is on display Jan. 18 through March 4 in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Motherhouse Gallery and available to the public through a virtual tour. Exhibits were not based around a single theme, but rather focused on each artists’ individual artistic strengths, including digital, acrylic and ceramics. Kadia Allen, Mitchel Bietat, Cassy Fallon, Tessa Garlepied, Emily Gibson, Ethan Kuhl, Karina Manghum, […]

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MCCC finishes Fall Semester through remote courses

MCCC announced the rest of the Fall Semester will remain online. This announcement came following Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s extension of the recent Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Pause Order. MCCC had previously enacted a three-week shift to online courses in response to the initial order which saw on-campus […]

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One Book, One Community sees changes for 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Monroe County organizations have made changes to 2021’s upcoming One Book, One Community events. Every year, the OBOC program encourages the community to read a selected book so it can be discussed and understood  as a community every year. The goal of the program is […]

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What the millage renewal means for MCCC

Campus structure and safety improvement plans for the next few years are underway. MCCC’s Maintenance and Improvement Millage was renewed on Nov. 3 passing with a 60.4% margin. Phase 2 of the millage can now begin in 2021 as planned. MCCC President Kojo Quartey said the first priority projects include […]

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The Department of Education extends Clery Report deadline

Campus security reports are typically out by this time of year, though 2020 has changed that. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Education has extended the deadline for the Clery Report from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31. Laura Egan, senior director of programs at the Clery Center, said […]

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MCCC enacts 3-week shift to online courses

The beginning of the Fall 2020 Semester saw a large shift toward online or blended courses for MCCC because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, in response to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services emergency order on Nov. 15, all classes at MCCC have ceased on-campus meetings and continued […]