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Agora editor bids farewell

James P. Quick, co-editor of the Agora 2018-2019 I honestly cannot think of a way to open this without sounding horribly corny, so I’m not going to embarrass myself. This is the third-to-last article I’ll be writing for the Agora. The last will be covering Student of the Year for […]

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Autistic people can speak for themselves

                                                                           Illustration by Cheyanne Abel Fearmongering, the action of deliberately arousing public fear or […]

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#SAVEODAAT

After a long day of classes and work sometimes all you want to do is Netflix and chill. No, not that kind of chill. Relaxing at home with your favorite show can be a great way to end the day or take a break from the busy day. For some viewers, streaming […]

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Dispatches from the Edge: A Memoir of War, Disaster, and Survival

The woman was consumed by rats. For her struggles and courage she is rewarded with pink, pattering feet and flies. The victims of hurricane Katrina suffered needlessly under the sun while awaiting the President’s response. Overcome by shock and sorrow, Anderson Cooper blinks his watery, blue eyes and informs viewers […]

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Best Movies of 2018

Hereditary focuses on the relationships between the Graham family, and their reactions to deaths they face. The thriller begins with a wide shot of a dollhouse, and as the camera zooms in audiences see it is actually the Graham family home. This shot suggests the family members are nothing more than […]

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Post Traumatic

Suicide is prevalent. Thankfully, as this has become more discussed, society has begun to realize the issues many face. Unfortunately, one thing that isn’t discussed as often is how the friends and family get through the grieving. While this article isn’t directly about suicide or how to continue on without […]

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The Agora: a place for passion

The Agora is not just for journalists. It is for writers, bloggers, broadcasters, photographers, artists, critics, reporters, sports analysts, and anyone else who is passionate about what they do. At the Agora, we deal with any and everything related to media. While we do feature our stories in the newspaper […]

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College student Christmas gift tips

‚Äč Art by Cheyanne Abel It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Unless you’re a college student with a parent who doesn’t know what to get you for Christmas. People are difficult to shop for, especially college students. Between working and going to classes, students may not have time […]

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Class of 2018

Graduating students, get those caps and gowns ready because commencements are right around the corner! This year MCCC has 190 students graduating. Students completing requirements for degrees during the Fall 2017 and Winter, Spring, or Summer 2018 semesters are eligible and encouraged to participate in the 2018 Commencement Ceremony.  Participation […]

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Olympics or Allstar Game?

Seven-time Allstar Sidney Crosby lines up for a faceoff. The NHL Allstar Game has become a laughing stock of pro sports.   It has been for years but the NHL reached a new level of embarrassment with the 2018 Allstar Game.  During the summer, it was unclear whether or not the NHL would […]