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Drama club proves that the show must go on

There were less people than expected at the Drama Club’s Open Mic Night, but that did not stop the club members from having a great time. Phillip Zaborowski is the vice president of the Drama Club. “We’re just trying to get news out there that we’re back in action,” he […]

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Cuisine 1300

Cuisine 1300 opens Oct. 27 Bring your appetites, because the student-operated Cuisine 1300 is taking reservations for its opening day, Oct. 27. The restaurant is run by second-year culinary students, while first-year students prepare the restaurant for opening. The students are led by Head Chef Kevin Thomas. The point of the restaurant is to teach culinary […]

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Contributors honored for battlefield success

Citizens of the community gathered Oct. 11 to celebrate U.S. Rep. John Dingell, U.S. Sen. Carl Levin and state Sen. Randy Richardville for their efforts in the restoration of the River Raisin Battlefield National Park. Dingell, Levin, and Richardville played a key role in pushing legislation through Congress and the […]

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Panel: ISIS terrorists, not Muslims

Dr. Awadi discusses the ISIS terrorist threat. ISIS is not a Muslim group, but rather a political terrorist group. That was one of the key points raised at a forum on ISIS held Oct. 2 in the La-Z-Boy Center. "Islam means peace. A vast religion that teaches peace between the […]

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Convention connects students, employers

Students were able to attend a SolidWorks group meeting on campus Oct. 14 in the CTC Building.  The meeting served as a networking event for students, as well as offering free presentations on how to use the SolidWorks software. “Students meet employers, and that’s really big,” said Dean Kerste, a […]

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Student sounds off on Monroe housing agency

Monroe Housing Commission (MHC) is at it again! As a tenant of Greenwood Townhomes, we're required to answer to MHC because they oversee the Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) money for the low/no income housing. These "project-style" housing units are known to be notoriously bad. You hear artists rap about […]

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New welding instructor

Jason Karamol is a new addition to MCCC’s welding program. “We have a lot of fun. We get to play with electricety and fire,” Karamol said. Karamol teaches Welding 115 – Accelerated Welding, a five-hour long class from Monday to Friday. “There are eight styles of welding. I teach all […]

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Health Sciences Division welcomes new faculty instructors

  Nick Prush would be lying if he said it was not luck how he earned his new job. “It’s kind of funny how it worked out,” he said. The 31-year-old Wyandotte native was leaving his part time job at Oakland Community College when he ran into Dr. Cynthia Roman, […]

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Blues Series events entertain Monroe

The Monroe County Library System has presented four of the six acts for the Black History Month Blues Series. This Saturday at 7 p.m. is the Big Gig, the crown jewel in the series. The event is free. The Big Gig usually closes out the series, but this year the […]

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Tracy Vogt named new registrar

Tracy Vogt has accepted the position of registrar at MCCC. Vogt was one of four people interviewed to fill the position left vacant by the retirement of Paul Schmidt last June. “I’m very excited for the opportunity, I’ve been looking for a change,” Vogt said. “I’m looking forward to working […]