Applying for Graduation

Graduates at the 2017 commencement ceremony in the H Building gymnasium.   As students flood the halls and classrooms for Winter Semester, it may be the last time on campus for many.  As we move into spring, many students seal the deal at the end of the semester with commencement. […]


MCCC professor plans talk on trip through the Holy Land

Dan and Kathy Shaw near the summit of Mount Sinai, believed to be the location where God gave the 10 Commandments to Moses. I’m not sure when I decided to share this trip with others.  I’ve traveled a lot, but I’ve never felt it necessary to schedule a room and […]


Fate of gerrymandering up for vote

Michigan's oddly-shaped 14th congressional district, is one example of political gerrymandering This November, Michigan voters will be given the opportunity to choose how their vote counts. Voting districts are drawn every 10 years after the U.S. Census is tallied, and in many states, including Michigan, these districts are drawn by […]


Former MCCC professor returns as visiting artist

Linear Entanglement painting by Ted Vassar Former MCCC professor Ted W. Vassar made an appearance on campus on Oct. 23 as a Visiting Artist. Vassar, who retired in 2016 after 47 years of teaching, returned to the college to give a presentation of his artwork at the La-Z-Boy Center and […]


The stomach flu is not the flu!

Whether it’s referred to as arguing with the worms, calling the dinosaurs, or just plain throwing up, society can set aside their differences and come to full agreement on this topic: we all hate it.  In fact, we hate it so much that whenever we hear a friend or family […]