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Campus hosts therapy dogs during finals

Over five therapy dogs were brought to campus Dec. 12 for the annual Furry Finals event. The event was held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the A Building and hosted Therapy Dogs International Chapter 307. “We visit folks to de-stress and calm people down,” said Stephanie Suydam, a […]

Opinion

Spotify algorithm misses the note

Spotify is great! It tracks your music tendencies and then tells you how your year’s music flowed using a complicated algorithm.  This is great — unless you share your account or do album reviews for a newspaper. Unfortunately, I shared my account in 2018, then started to do album reviews […]

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Campus vending machines a gamble

Thirsty after class and want to purchase a drink or snack? You may have to go off campus for that. Students experience problems when purchasing food and drink items from vending machines on campus, including machines not accepting credit cards or cash, dispensing damaged items or sometimes not dispensing anything […]

Entertainment

‘Death Stranding’ strands players in open plains

What is the Death Stranding? This is the main question that Kojima Production’s “Death Stranding” attempts to avoid answering for as long as possible. Released Nov. 8 for PS4, “Death Stranding” was created by game director Hideo Kojima. Best known for his work on the “Metal Gear” series, “Death Stranding” […]

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Clery Act reports give MCCC clean year again

MCCC’s Clery Report came back as zeros in all categories for the third consecutive year. “It’s a pretty clean report again, thankfully,” said Randell Daniels, vice president of Student and Information Services. “I’m grateful for the safety that we’ve enjoyed on this campus. I think it’s a tribute to the […]

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Email: a business’s and a hacker’s best tool of living

Spam can be dangerous. Not the meat in a can — spam emails. Email is a powerful tool created in the 20th century, but every tool with good intentions can be corrupted or misused. Jason Young, a system and security administrator, said spam is a broad term. “Generally, when you […]

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La Clair voices students’ concerns

An MCCC professor is taking the pledge to be student focused very seriously. On Nov. 19, Edmund La Clair, assistant professor of history, presented the Faculty Council a tentative list of student issues that he has collected from faculty and students. The council did not take action on the list […]

Features

Makerspace makes dinosaur

There is a dinosaur in room T-160 of the Career Technology Center. Born from wood seared by beams of light, the ancient beast watches over the Makerspace from its countertop domain. This dinosaur was crafted with the help of Maxwell Haar, the new Makerspace technician at MCCC. Haar began his […]