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Siena helps students achieve new heights

For 30 years, MCCC has been partnered with Siena Heights University to offer students educational opportunities. Through this relationship, students interested in a bachelor’s degree can earn many of their credits on MCCC’s campus. The program, called “3 + 1,” allows students to take up to 90 transferable credits at […]

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Quiz Answers

Answers to Black History Month Quiz See Feb. 3 issue of the Agora    A. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.    A. Harriet Tubman    A. Thurgood Marshall    A. Marcus Garvey    B. 14th Amendment    C. 1954    D. Greensboro, North Carolina    B. Maya Angelou    D. […]

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‘UR FUN’ was not fun for my expectations

With a very select style of pop dominating the mainstream music scene, indie pop releases seem to go under the radar. Of Montreal is a band that debuted in 1996 and has incorporated elements of 1960’s psychedelic pop, indie rock, indie pop, alternative punk and dance rock through the years. […]

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‘Dolittle’ attempts to explain self-acceptance

This article may contain spoilers for “Dolittle.”   “Dolittle” starring Robert Downey Jr. is a family friendly thrill ride that will make you laugh, cry and ask yourself, “Did that really just happen?” The film started off unexpected, with a love story, as the audience is introduced to John Dolittle […]

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Season 2 of ‘You’ brings Love to Joe

In season one of “You,” protagonist Joe Goldberg goes through atrocious things for the one he loves, Guinevere Beck. The show gives off a sort of “Dexter” vibe, with Goldberg injuring detestable persons to protect those he cares about. In season two, Joe wants to learn from his past mistakes. […]

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Comedian Andy Peters comes home

Monroe has hometown talent and it’s a comedian.  Andy Peters, a graduate of Monroe High School in 2000, recently had a stand-up comedy show at MCCC in the La-Z-Boy Center. Peters said his family, his wife’s family and friends from high school were attending to see him.  He said it […]

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Cats from across U.S. show off at MCCC

A flood of fancy felines found their way to MCCC when the Cat Fanciers’ Association hosted a cat show on campus, their first being back in December of last year. The Cat Fanciers’ Association was founded in 1906 and continues to promote the welfare of cats, and their breeders, licensing […]

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Kosch replaced with Continental

Continental’s Market Twenty 4 Seven opened Jan. 21 in the A Building and allows students and staff to purchase food any time the A Building is open. Kelly Heinzerling, director of Auxiliary Services and Purchasing, said that the previous cafeteria catering company Kosch could not afford to keep operating at […]

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Writing Fellows to host Valentine’s poetry night

For any student wanting to spread their own original writing, poetry night is where that can become reality. The MCCC Writing Fellows are hosting their biannual poetry night Thursday, Feb. 6, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Cellar of A Building. That same day, a bake sale will be held 11:30 a.m.-1 […]