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The Forum: Episode Nine

The Forum is an interview show where we get to know a student from MCCC. It is scheduled to run at 6 p.m. on Saturdays and 11 a.m. on Tuesdays Comcast channels 21 and 916 and Charter channel 187. The station is also livestreaming its content at https://mpactstudio.org/.

Opinion

Catherine Brodie takes her final bow

The Agora Chorale sang under the direction of Catherine Brodie for one final concert on April 26, 2022.  In an emotional performance, the chorale performed many well known tunes that had the crowd hooked The show was kicked off by a tribute piece and prayer for Ukraine. The Chorale was […]

Dan Wood hopes to teach people that criminal justice is a wide field with plenty of career opportunities besides just police work.
News

$350,000 grant makes Criminal Justice expansion dreams possible

Editor’s note: This version of the story has been corrected to show the acreage purchased for the expansion of the Whitman Center. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dan Wood said the criminal justice program at MCCC has been trying to get the MILO Immersive De-Escalation Simulator for almost two years. […]

Flags of hispanic countries stuck in the ground outside the A building for Hispanic Heritage Month
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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan still in development

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Planning Task Force took about two years to create a plan, and the Board of Trustees tabled it within an hour.  On February 23, the detailed documents of the DEI plan were brought to the board of trustees meeting to be voted on. The […]

Dan Wood hopes to teach people that criminal justice is a wide field with plenty of career opportunities besides just police work.
News

Professor offers four day law enforcement academy

This version of the story corrects the headline, it was originally posted with the wrong time for the event and has been adjusted for accuracy. This summer, young adults have the opportunity to experience police academy. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dan Wood and State Trooper Don Stewart are offering  […]

group of kids laugh excitedly in the cafeteria
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Student Government hosts Husky Feud
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“Twilight” is a popular film and book series, but it was also a crowd favorite answer at Husky Feud that filled the dining room with laughter. Two teams faced off in Husky Feud, Student Government’s game show based on “Family Feud,” on April 21 in the Building A dining room. […]

News

Staff work to create more student spaces

As a former MCCC student, Josh Myers said he had very few options for hanging out in between classes on campus. Now, as the executive director of The Foundation at MCCC,  Myers seeks funding from donors to create an outside pavilion for our students. “You go to Panera Bread and […]

News

Plumbing updates fix rusty pipes

Editor’s note: This version of the story features mechanical corrections from the original. While students were off campus during breaks from classes, MCCC midnight custodial crews would leave the water running in mop sinks and bathrooms to flush the aged, deteriorated and corroded water lines. When students and faculty returned […]