Tag: Rose Younglove

News

GSA event promotes student inclusivity

With finals on the way and deadlines approaching, students around the campus have been studying and writing the night away. But on Saturday, students and professors were able to play games and enjoy some delicious snacks with friends.  The Pride Party was hosted by the GSA – Gender Sexuality Alliance- […]

News

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 […]

News

Schaller named outstanding faculty

Professor Lisa Schaller won the outstanding faculty of the year award after just one year at MCCC. Her work has influenced many students and staff of the college, according to Dr. Grace Yackee, Vice President of Instruction, who presented the award. ”She has shown much interest by participating in various […]

Opinion

Autistic people can speak for themselves

                                                                           Illustration by Cheyanne Abel Fearmongering, the action of deliberately arousing public fear or […]

Opinion

#SAVEODAAT

After a long day of classes and work sometimes all you want to do is Netflix and chill. No, not that kind of chill. Relaxing at home with your favorite show can be a great way to end the day or take a break from the busy day. For some viewers, streaming […]

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MCCC Hosts Murder Mystery Dinner

Charites and murder typically don’t go hand in hand, but for Monroe’s Family Counseling and Shelter the annual Murder Mystery Dinner is essential to the organization. The Family Counseling and Shelter is a non-profit organization located on 14930 LaPlaisance Rd. Suite 106. “It’s unique for a nonprofit organization,” director Crystal […]

Entertainment

“Captain Marvel” Fights Misogyny

WARNING: This review contains spoilers. “Smile more!” It’s a common phrase I, and most other women, have heard before. Whether we’re too thin, too fat, too talkative, or have no personality women are highly accustomed to being judged. Oftentimes positive characteristics used to define men (intelligent, a leader, funny) are […]

Entertainment

Ain’t No Rest For the Wicked

Photo Credit Jake Chamseddine The 13 hour journey to and from Grand Rapids was filled with snow, winds, and Panic! at the Disco songs but I would happily make the journey again. On Jan. 29, Panic! at the Disco, also known as P!ATD, performed the “Pray for the Wicked” concert […]

Opinion

Dispatches from the Edge: A Memoir of War, Disaster, and Survival

The woman was consumed by rats. For her struggles and courage she is rewarded with pink, pattering feet and flies. The victims of hurricane Katrina suffered needlessly under the sun while awaiting the President’s response. Overcome by shock and sorrow, Anderson Cooper blinks his watery, blue eyes and informs viewers […]

Opinion

Best Movies of 2018

Hereditary focuses on the relationships between the Graham family, and their reactions to deaths they face. The thriller begins with a wide shot of a dollhouse, and as the camera zooms in audiences see it is actually the Graham family home. This shot suggests the family members are nothing more than […]