Features

More in Features »

News

More in News »

Entertainment

More in Entertainment »

Opinion

More in Opinion »

Blogs

More in Blogs »

Other News

Features

Spending a short time, learning so much

One brief semester ago, I was not familiar with AP Style, the excitement of doing an interview or the unnecessary restraint of omitting the Oxford comma, despite being tempted to add one to this very sentence. The newsroom is a place I have come to love. I am excited to […]

Features

Agora Chorale takes listeners ‘From Despair to Hope’

With live performances being rare in the last year, recent in-person performances can be much more impactful. The MCCC Agora Chorale hosted “From Despair to Hope” on April 27 in the Lay-Z-Boy Center’s Meyer Theater. This was their first concert in over a year due to COVID. Catherine Brodie, the […]

Features

MCCC Library packs up ahead of renovation

A library is typically thought of as a place to collect hefty books and find a corner to quietly study. MCCC is challenging this view as books are packed up to make room for a more updated learning environment, said Jack Burns, director of campus planning and facilities. In the […]

News

Monroe County continues to combat COVID-19

Monroe has become a hot spot for COVID-19 cases in the last few months. As a result, the community continues to try and keep up with these changes and keep residents safe. Schools in the Monroe County area have been affected by the case increases. Schools like Monroe High School […]

News

MCCC Library hosts virtual Shoah exhibit

Being reminded of past tragedies cannot be overstated, especially with what happened to Jews during World War II. The library at MCCC hosted a virtual Shoah exhibit from April 1st to the 30th. Shoah is the Hebrew word for “catastrophe”, according to Dr. Terri Kovach, who helped make the exhibit. […]

Opinion

Dealing with intersectionality

As someone with intersectional identities, there are situations that other people just do not understand. So many things are designed for the majority, like due dates and staircases. We live in a white heteronormative society that does not do much for “outsiders”. The struggle with such simple things, both mentally […]