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Visiting artist shares story at MCCC

Detroit-based painter and activist Anna van Schaap uses her work to communicate powerful messages about women, perfectionism and society. Van Schaap spoke about her work at Monroe County Community College on Oct. 24. The lecture was held in the La-Z-Boy Center Atrium as a part of MCCC’s Visiting Artist series. […]

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Visiting artist to speak at MCCC

On Oct. 24, artist Anna van Schaap will visit Monroe County Community College. Van Schaap will speak about her paintings from 6 to 8 p.m. in the La-Z-Boy Atrium. Her work combines elements of emotion with traditional portraits of the female body. “By creating work about the female body, its […]

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Racist images shock students

This image from the exhibition expresses the fear of interracial marriage, which was one of the major objections to the desegregation of schools, libraries, clubs – even churches. It was found on a white supremicist web site in 2006. The MCCC library often showcases beautiful art, colorful vases, three dimensional […]

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Writing Fellows available during extended library hours

Writing Fellow Ryleigh Byrne sits in the library ready to help. The MCCC library will be open until 9 p.m. the rest of this week — Nov. 28 – 30 — in order to accomodate students working on papers or studying for exams. For the first time, there will be […]

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NaNoWriMo inspires, challenges writers

November celebrates different themes such as “No-Shave November” and the offical start to the holiday season. But for writers it marks the start of NaNoWriMo, the month where they will diligently attempt to complete a 50,000 word novella. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novella Writing Month and it is celebrated by […]