Tag: online

Opinion

My newfound online optimism

To say I once disliked online classes would be an understatement. Governor Gretchen Whitmer extended the stay out home order multiple times, and  the college inevitably made the decision in May to switch to online courses this fall. This change was necessary in light of what was going on around […]

News

Campus services available yet meetings still uncertain

Despite MCCC’s limited on-campus interaction, various resources and newly renovated facilities will still be available to students this Fall Semester. President Kojo Quartey first announced in May that the Fall 2020 Semester would consist of mostly remote online classes. Student services online and in-person Ryan Rafko, director of Admissions and […]

Opinion

We must learn how to press ‘enter’

As our classes have been online for some time now, the amount of reading students must complete has skyrocketed. I am not an avid reader. Reading is hard for me to focus on. What makes my focus even worse is people not breaking their text into separate paragraphs. I am […]

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MCCC course evaluations go digital

Electronic evaluation for all Winter 2020 classes were made available to students April 10. Jeff Peters, MCCC’s coordinator of E-Learning and Instructional support was contacted over video call to explain the process of converting the surveys to a digital format. Evaluation Kit is a tool the college has used for […]

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New Chemistry class, including lab, to be taught online

A Chemistry 151 student performs an experiment. Starting next fall, students will have the option of taking their Chemistry lab online. MCCC is breaking new ground with its first online laboratory course. After an hour of contentious debate on Thursday, Nov. 30, Chemistry 155 was approved by the Curriculum Committee. […]

Opinion

Offline Dating

     Tinder. OkCupid. Match.      These are the ways we meet others. Everyone has used them, and most of us actively use them. But it raises some good questions. When did we move away from face-to-face interaction. And furthermore, why?      When was the last time you […]