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College switches to Brightspace

MCCC is changing once again. New and returning students now are logging into Brightspace, instead of the Blackboard program, for online classes and many on campus courses. And they will find the Regional Computer Tech Center, RCTC, in the La-Z-Boy Building in Z-258. The switch to Brightspace comes after the […]

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Playoffs Off to Crazy Start

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby hoists the Stanley Cup during the celebratory parade. Playoff hockey is arguably the most entertaining post season that pro sports has to offer.  Players fight through injuries that would normally leave them sidelined for weeks, refs are more lenient with penalties, and the fans are there to […]

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Red Wings Miss Playoffs for Second Straight Year

Red WIngs captain Henrik Zetterberg lines up for a faceoff. The playoffs are just under a month away, and the Red Wings will be hitting the golf course at the end of the regular season for the second year in a row.  Sub-par goaltending, a below average defensive unit, and a lack of […]

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Michigan, Beilein win second-consecutive Big Ten Tournament Title

  John Beilein's Michigan Wolverines are on a nine-game win streak after beating two top ten teams to win the Big Ten Tournament Championship.    In convincing fashion, Michigan sought out redemption against Purdue, a team who had swept them prior in the regular season. Final score of 75-66.    […]

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Committee Formed for Community Sports Discussion

Community members gathered Wednesday night for a second meeting discussing the possibility of starting a collegiate sports program at MCCC.  A total of 14 members from the community attended the meeting. Coaches, athletic directors, and officials were also represented at the meeting.   The first meeting that took place on December 6 showed great promise […]

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Super Bowl 52 Recap

Tight End Zach Ertz dives into the end-zone with 2:21 left in the 4th quarter in Super Bowl 52                            The Philadelphia Eagles, led by Nick Foles, dethroned league MVP Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in […]

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College football playoff faces scrutiny

The College Football Playoff Committee makes the final decision on which four teams will compete for a national title. The 2017-18 college football season came to an exciting conclusion with the overtime thriller between two SEC foes, Alabama and Georgia.  True freshman QB Tua Tagovailoa came off the bench in […]

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Top 10 movies of 2017

2017. What a unique and surprising year for film. As I write this, it’s New Year’s Eve, and this year alone I saw 51 movies at the multiplex. That’s more than any previous year and almost one film a week. More than any year in recent memory, 2017 was when […]

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Red Wings Prepare For Second Half of Season

Only six points separates the Detroit Red Wings from a playoff spot at the halfway point of their 2017-18 season. The Eastern Conference has been a jumbled mess with teams constantly jumping over each other in the standings. The Red Wings have had that same up and down flow. They […]

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“The Shape of Water” Review: An All-Encompassing Love

The magic of storytelling is being able to see the world through the eyes of another for even just a short amount of time. For the more personal a story, the deeper the enrichment. There are plenty of filmmakers who pour their hearts and souls onto the screen, but none […]