Author: Taylor Dively


MCCC Hosts 2018 Honors Reception

Joel Spotts and Katie Vandenbrink recieve the Dr. Ronald Campbell Student Government Award. Leah Thomas won the Faculty Association Outstanding Student Award at MCCC’s Honors Reception April 18. Business professor Patrick Nedry won the Outstanding Faculty Award, and Jeffrey Rabon won the Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award. The Student Nurses Association […]


Playoffs Off to Crazy Start

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby hoists the Stanley Cup during the celebratory parade.   Playoff hockey is arguably the most entertaining post season that pro sports has to offer.  Players fight through injuries that would normally leave them sidelined for weeks, refs are more lenient with penalties, and the fans are there […]


One Book, One Community author visits Monroe

Jamie Ford, author of "Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet," speak in the Meyer Theater March 22. Award winning author Jamie Ford was full of humor and life advice when he spoke to a One Book One Community audience March 22. The “Meet the Author” night gave readers […]


Red Wings Miss Playoffs for Second Straight Year

Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg lines up for a faceoff.   The playoffs are just under a month away, and the Red Wings will be hitting the golf course at the end of the regular season for the second year in a row.  Sub-par goaltending, a below average defensive unit, and a lack […]


Committee Formed for Community Sports Discussion

Community members gathered Wednesday night for a second meeting discussing the possibility of starting a collegiate sports program at MCCC.  A total of 14 members from the community attended the meeting. Coaches, athletic directors, and officials were also represented at the meeting.   The first meeting that took place on December 6 showed great promise […]


Olympics or Allstar Game?

Seven-time Allstar Sidney Crosby lines up for a faceoff. The NHL Allstar Game has become a laughing stock of pro sports.   It has been for years but the NHL reached a new level of embarrassment with the 2018 Allstar Game.  During the summer, it was unclear whether or not the NHL would […]


Red Wings Prepare For Second Half of Season

Only six points separates the Detroit Red Wings from a playoff spot at the halfway point of their 2017-18 season. The Eastern Conference has been a jumbled mess with teams constantly jumping over each other in the standings. The Red Wings have had that same up and down flow. They […]


Early Education study abroad trip canceled

A group photo from the study abroad trip to Italy this past spring. (Photo courtesy of Dan Shaw) The Early Education study abroad trip has been canceled due to a lack of interest.  The trip was designed to be short-term and more affordable to allow more students to have a […]


Lions Begin Push For Playoffs

The Lions play their home games in Ford Field in downtown Detroit.   The Detroit Lions may have finally caught the break they have needed for years. With all the injuries this season to big name players across the league, the Lions may have a chance for a deep playoff […]