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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 […]

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The Disaster Artist

Nobody ever sets out to make a bad movie. Films themselves are incredibly challenging to produce, requiring the combined efforts of hundreds, if not thousands of people creatively coming together to make a work of art. It’s a miracle whenever a good movie releases. Whatever Tommy Wiseau’s intentions with his […]

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Young Stars Lead Way For Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings hold onto a playoff spot a quarter of the way through the season.                                                      Photo by Taylor Dively The Detroit Red […]

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“Justice League” Review: A Small Step in the Right Direction

There isn’t a franchise today as reactionary as the DC Extended Universe. People didn’t take to the excessive carnage and Superman’s carelessness in the battle of Metropolis, so “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” goes out its way to constantly point out how there are no civilians present during Superman’s […]

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Lions Begin Push For Playoffs

The Lions play their home games in Ford Field in downtown Detroit. The Detroit Lions may have finally caught the break they have needed for years. With all the injuries this season to big name players across the league, the Lions may have a chance for a deep playoff push.  […]

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Monroe city council candidates talk at forum

Title By Cassidy Maier A forum for city council candidates and mayor and clerk-treasurer positions was held on Wednesday, Nov 1. The Agora sponsored the event. Seven city council candidates were joined by two running unopposed for mayor and clerk-treasurer. Paula Whitman is the incumbent and Jeffrey Hensley the challenger […]

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Golf Club Holds First Meeting

Golf Club adviser Josh Myers, executive director of the MCCC Foundation, carried his golf clubs at the Back-to-School Barbecue. More club sports are slowly becoming available for students as the school year progresses.   A meeting was held to attempt to form a golf club on October 3rd.  Six students were in attendance and more […]

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Poetry and protest at Grand Rapids ArtPrize

The caliber of art at Grand Rapids’ ArtPrize never fails to amaze MCCC students and faculty. ArtPrize is a citywide function held in over 160 venues – including museums, hotels, comic shops, even the police station – all displaying various varieties of art. These run the gamut from paintings to […]

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New Arena Brings End To Student Rush

Little Caesar's Arena recieves finishing touches before pre-season hockey begins. Students hoping for price drops in Red Wings tickets might have to hug their piggy banks a bit tighter when shopping for tickets this year.  Student Rush tickets are not available for this season and prices have jumped upward due […]