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Nordstrom sets his sails

Thomas Nordstrom, professor of Political Science & Business Law is planning to sail away from MCCC. At 65, Nordstrom is officially retiring on Jan. 9, but he will be done on Dec. 15. When asked about his future plans, his eyes had a thousand-yard stare as he looked at the […]

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For unto us a song is born

 As professional composer Patrick Stoyanovich autographed copies of his C.D. after the first MCCC band concert of the year, he couldn’t help reflecting on the events leading up to this night.    It was a story that began when he was just a young boy in junior high and finally ended […]

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H1N1 vaccinations on campus

Vaccinations for the H1N1 flu virus will take place at MCCC in November, and college students are one of the target groups. MCCC has been working closely with the Monroe County Health Department to provide vaccinations for the H1N1 virus.  Public vaccinations are likely to be held on a Saturday […]