Author: James P. Quick


Rodriguez, Sandefur win Outstanding Student Award

Lydia Sandefur Aleija Rodriguez and Lydia Sandefur were the joint winners of the Outstanding Student Award, a first for two Middle College students. “I’m not sure, but I think this may be the first time they’ve had two,” Rodriguez said. “I’m pretty certain we’re the youngest ever.” Rodriguez said he […]


Students, faculty win awards

Aleija Rodriguez and Lydia Sandefur won the outstanding student award. Aleija Rodriguez and Lydia Sandefur won the Faculty Association Outstanding Student Award at MCCC’s annual Honors Reception. Lisa Schaller received the Outstanding Faculty Award, and James Smith received the Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award. MCCC hosted the 2019 Honors Reception at […]


Author explains research on children captured by Indians

Author Scott Zesch gave two performances on March 20, shown here in the Meyer Theater, and earlier in a talk to students and staff. Scott Zesch, author of “Captured:  A True Story of Abduction by Indians on the Texas Frontier,” spoke at MCCC about his book and the untold stories […]


Students excited for upcoming events

Signs have been displayed around campus to encourage students to join Student Government this year. Much of college is spent preparing: preparing for the semester, preparing to transfer, and preparing to make important decisions. But members of Student Government are making important decisions now, running between 40 and 60 campus […]


Cengage book program gets mixed reviews

Bookstore employee Kaitlyn Gullet Cengage Unlimited, a publishing company used by many MCCC courses, is offering a digital subscription service that could save students hundreds of dollars on textbooks. With the purchase of a $119 textbook access code, students would be able to keep up to six Cengage digital textbooks […]


Rabon wins adjunct faculty award

Business professor Jeffrey Rabon won the 2018 Adjunct Faculty of the Year award The Outstanding Adjunct of the Year Award went to Business professor Jeffrey Rabon. “It’s certainly an unexpected honor, but I truly know that it is a privilege to be afforded the opportunity to teach here, and I […]


New Political Science professor fulfills his destiny

New Political Science professor Michael Snyder lectures in one of his courses. It could be said that MCCC’s new political science professor has teaching in his blood. Michael Snyder comes from a family of teachers. “Both my parents are teachers, my younger brother is a teacher, my older brother is […]


Panel to focus on civil rights conflicts with national security

A who’s who of Michigan immigrants affected by changes in U.S. immigration policy will appear together on a panel discussion at MCCC next week. From the pastor of a church giving sanctuary to immigrants, to a woman whose husband was deported, the panel offers a dramatic snapshot of the human […]


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 […]