Author: Mitch Perkins


MCCC struggles to support athletics on campus

MCCC’s long history of athletic programs seems to have come to a screeching halt.  Throughout MCCC’s 51 years of academic excellence there have almost always been athletic programs made available to its students. But now due to a lack of funding and interest there are no collegiate sports offered to […]


Author spends day on campus discussing food

Tracie McMillan spent three years gathering evidence for her book, The American Way of Eating. McMillan vividly described the accounts of her journey of going undercover in three separate jobs across the country to gain insight into the production and sale of food in America. She worked as an undercover […]


NCAA Tournament Preview

As March approaches the college basketball tournament is right around the corner with some teams on the rise and others collapsing. The tournament kicks off with the preliminary rounds to see which teams will receive bids for the 11, 12, and 16 seeds. Teams like Michigan State, Syracuse, South Carolina, […]


Students make presentation at MCCC board meeting

This month at the MCCC Board of Trustees meeting a new program was introduced by MCCC’s Student Government. Other topics discussed at the meeting included contracts of professors, calendar dates and holiday breaks The new program starting this month with student government members attending the board meeting to report on their […]


Fitness center encourages competition

Student Nick Scheer works on his pushups at the MCCC Fitness Center. The Fitness center is holding challenges for students and faculty to help promote fitness as they bring in the New Year.  Fitness instructor Karen Turner is helping participants train for the Push Up Challenge. Training sheets are passed […]


NFL playoffs full of ‘what-ifs’

The NFL Playoffs came to a close Sunday, Feb. 2, and after each grueling week the same question was asked. What if? The opening round of Wild Card play had local fans riled up as the Lions matched up against Dallas in AT&T stadium. The close game held fans on […]


Student Government Gives Back

Many soldiers spend Christmas overseas defending their country, student government wants to show their appreciation. MCCC Student Government is accepting donations of snacks and personal hygiene items such as beef jerky, sunflower seeds, deodorant, and Chap Stick. Spearheading the effort is Student Government member Daniel Maciejewski.  “The credit goes to […]


The Cellar is Open; grand opening planned

Caption Student government is hosting a Cellar grand-opening party. After months of construction and repair, The Cellar is finally open again. Tuesday Dec. 9 from 11a.m. to 3p.m. there will be music and food provided by student government. Tacos and water will be available for $1 and there will be […]


Top team cites chemistry

Bill Gill the league's leading scorer, dunks two of his 32 points during a game on Oct. 17. It wasn't ehough however, as Team 2 won the game to become the league's only undefeated team. photo by Mitch Perkins The basketball season is back in full swing at MCCC and […]


Volleyball club team recruiting new members

Nicole Denman practices her jump serve photo by Mitch Perkins MCCC is offering club volleyball to any female students interested in a fun and competitive opportunity. Club volleyball at MCCC is student run and coached, giving all players equal opportunity to play while fine tuning their volleyball skills. Karen Turner, […]