Tag: Vanessa Ray

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Celebrity waiters raise money for One Book One Community

Professor Edmund La Clair reads off the winning numbers for the raffle prizes at Public House Mon. evening  It’s not often the mayor of Monroe takes your dinner order and refills your drink, but for those who came out to Public House on Monday night, there was a chance of […]

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Enrollment down for second semester in a row

Community Colleges of Michigan enrollment chart for Winter 2018. {Information via https://www.macrao.org/Reports/ccweekly.asp}   MCCC Registrar Tracy Vogt released enrollment figures for the 2018 Winter semester Friday morning, and with 2953 students signed up for 23,022 credit hours, the numbers are once again down. Going into Winter 2017, MCCC had 3,055 students […]

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Mission planning and pizza

Students are invited to join President Kojo Quartey and members of his Task Force this coming Wednesday, Jan. 17, from 5-7 p.m., for a brainstorming and compression session. The evening will also include a comprehensive review of MCCC's mission, vision and values.  The session will be held in room 173ab of the A Building and […]

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Student window design winners

Cheyanne Abel’s winning design for the Earth Science / Geology window (Art courtesy of Cheyanne Abel) While many of us at MCCC hope to leave behind some kind of lasting impression,there are five students whose contribution to the school will be enjoyed for generations to come. For the past few […]

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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. […]

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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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Community member requests sports programs at MCCC

  Community member Brian Lamour requesting MCCC look into reviving its defunct sports program at the Oct. 23 Board of Trustees meeting. Lamour spoke about the popularity of sports in Monroe County, citing the success of area wrestling, tennis, volleyball, softball, and football teams. SMCC women’s  tennis coach Wayne Asher […]

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Business professional attire drive

Donating unwanted “work” attire could help jump start someone else’s future. If you’ve been thinking of parting ways with that two sizes too small dress, or the rack of ties that sits in the back of your closet, now is the perfect time. The MCCC Community Service Club has made […]

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Study abroad teaches memorable lessons

Both groups from MCCC spent the day in Rome and took a group photo in front of the the Flumi Fountain. (Photo courtesy of Dan Shaw) A group of MCCC students and professors set their sights last spring far beyond the four walls of a classroom. The 18-day Study Abroad […]

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Attorney shares strategies to find fake news

Robin Luce-Herrmann educated the audience on some of the ways to spot fake news. (Photo by Vanessa Ray) No, Pope Francis did not endorse Donald Trump.  Hillary Clinton did not sell guns to Isis. There was no shark swimming along the road in a Hurricane Harvey ravaged Hous-ton. Those are […]