Author: Elisabeth Brockman


MCCC’s Black History Month series celebrates Black Artists

Editor’s note: This version of the story corrects the spelling for Priscilla Phifer, Darin Darby and Dora Kelley. Artists, historians and art lovers gathered in the new River Raisin National Battlefield Park Amphitheater to celebrate Black artists as part of MCCC’s Black History Month Series Feb.19.  “I feel the creative […]


College fitness center reopens

You can get grades and gains at MCCC. MCCC’s Fitness Center and Gym reopened Oct. 13 after being closed since the beginning of 2020 due to the pandemic. People have slowly started to come back and use the fitness center for their routine work-out place and the gym for games […]


Synchronizing college life with ice skating

Jewell Mason, has always found a second home on the ice at the Taylor SportsPlex.  MCCC freshman, Mason is continuing her lifelong figure skating career in a synchronized skating team. When she was 3, an ice skating scene came up on Mickey Mouse, Mason said. It was then she told […]


Visiting Artist Cathy Gendron is a segue to the field of art

MCCC art students will have the opportunity to meet a new mentor by attending the visiting artist events.  Cathy Gendron will be on campus as a visiting artist Monday, Oct. 18 to share her expertise and experience in her field of professional illustration.   She has a background of illustrating in […]

Flags of hispanic countries stuck in the ground outside the A building for Hispanic Heritage Month

Speaker series celebrates Hispanic Heritage month

Editor’s note: this version of the story corrects Daniel Abreu’s name and flag origins.  Hispanic Cultural Heritage does not fit into one box. This month MCCC’S Culture and Current Affairs Speakers Series is exploring the diversity and misconceptions involved in hispanic culture.  A lineup of events and discussions will offer […]