Author: Agora Staff

Opinion

Agora staff picks: childhood Halloween costumes

Emma Marion Halloween has always been a fun family time. Trick-or-treating while camping is my most favorite. Growing up we lived in the country with neighbors miles away so decorating our trailer and campsite and then trick or treating at the surrounding campsites was something my siblings and I always […]

Video

The Forum: Episode Two
Kendall Comer

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

Opinion

Agora staff picks: favorite fall movies

Fly Away Home¬† by Elisabeth Brockman I stepped out my door last week and knew it was Fall because of the honking of Canadian Geese overhead as they all pointed their beaks in the telltale V formation south. “Fly Away Home” is a heartwarming movie from 1996. It is based […]

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The Forum: Episode One
Brant Georgia

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

Opinion

Agora staff picks: favorite fall activities

Enjoying the nature Michigan weather can be fickle. Some fall days are so hot that you immediately strip off your cozy but ill-planned layers, and others barrage us with freezing rains. But when fall days are nice, they’re truly perfect. Not too hot, not too cold. As a kid, my […]

Entertainment Opinion

Agora’s favorite festive holiday films

Klaus If you’re looking for a cozy family-friendly movie to enjoy this Christmas season, “Klaus” is the movie for you. “Klaus,” a 2019 film available to watch on Netflix, takes on the origin of Santa Claus. After fumbling his way through postman academy, spoiled and lazy Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) graduates […]

News

Monroe and Election Night

During the Nov. 3 election, Agora staff went around Monroe and neighboring townships and cities to document the events of the day. This is a collection of photos that the staff collected over the course of the day to highlight certain areas of the voting and the behind-the-scenes process.