Tag: Noah Black

Features

Dance troupe adapts to changing restrictions

Even when unable to meet on campus, the Inside Out Dance Ensemble has still made it possible to safely meet together over the last year. Founded by dance instructor and MCCC adjunct professor of theater and humanities Kellie Lajiness in 2010, the IODE is a dance group at MCCC that […]

Cryptid Corner Opinion

Cryptid Corner: The Hopkinsville Goblins

On J. Allen Hynek’s Scale of UFO Encounter Classification, a close encounter of the fifth kind is defined by witnessing a UFO or alien in action and establishing a line of communication. However, how do you classify an encounter in which you and your family were engaged in a four-hour […]

News

MCCC enacts 3-week shift to online courses

The beginning of the Fall 2020 Semester saw a large shift toward online or blended courses for MCCC because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, in response to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services emergency order on Nov. 15, all classes at MCCC have ceased on-campus meetings and continued […]

Cryptid Corner Opinion

Cryptid Corner: The Wendigo

The snow has begun falling. A thick layer of white powder covers the forest floor like a cloth readying an item for a magician’s vanishing trick. Snow crunches underfoot as you walk through the wood, the only sound audible in the otherwise frozen wasteland. But something feels off. Yet, in […]

Cryptid Corner Opinion

Cryptid Corner: The Dark Watchers

There are animals which lurk in the shadows. There are people who lurk in the shadows. But what can be done when the shadows are the ones who lurk around us? Hidden among the forestry of hilltops and rocky shores, the Dark Watchers loom over humanity, casting their judging eyes […]

Entertainment

‘Crash Bandicoot’ returns in full force

Time heals all wounds. Even wounds dealt to the reputation of a 2 1/2 decade old platformer series. “Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time” launched Oct. 2 for PS4 and Xbox One. “Crash 4” was developed by Toys for Bob, and published by series owner Activision. While not the fourth […]

Entertainment Opinion

Can video games be considered art?

In November of 2005, renowned film critic Roger Ebert incited a storm of criticism after stating that video games as a medium should not be considered “Art.” Ebert said, “To my knowledge, no one in or out of the field has ever been able to cite a game worthy of […]

Cryptid Corner Opinion

Cryptid Corner: The Quinkan

Every culture is scared of things that go bump in the night. Modern civilization hasn’t quite desensitized us to our fear of the dark quite yet. However, modern civilization’s fears of the supernatural are more than likely nothing compared to those of prehistoric humans. Hidden deep in the Australian outback […]