Author: Emma Marion

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Luke LaPrad returns home for MCCC concert

Smells won’t be the only thing drifting from the cafeteria at lunchtime. Student Government is hosting a ‘Tunes at Noon’ concert on Monday, November 29, 2021. The event starts at 11:30am in the A Building.  “Noon time concerts aren’t new,” said Tom Ryder, Student Government Advisor. “Each year we bring […]

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“No playbook on pandemic”
College vaccination policy in development

Adults who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 are 17 times more likely to be hospitalized compared to vaccinated adults, according to a study conducted this year. MCCC President Kojo Quartey’s mother was affected by these hospitalizations from the pandemic.  “Because she had a stroke, she needed to be hospitalized, but […]

Opinion

Live music returns to campus

As performers and audience gathered together for a long awaited performance, choir director Catherine Brodie said we need our health to live, but we need music for our soul to thrive.  On Tuesday, Oct. 26, the Agora Chorale broke the long-held silence in the Meyer Theatre. “With this being the […]

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News Brief
College administration yet to respond to vaccine mandate

MCCC officials are still evaluating the best way to respond to the federal government’s vaccine mandate. President Joe Biden announced on Sept. 24 that the Department of Labor developed an emergency vaccination rule. The rule requires either a full vaccination status or a weekly negative COVID test from each employee […]

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MCCC community mourns Stephen Fried

Officials pronounced MCCC adjunct professor Stephen Fried dead at the scene of a car accident on Sept. 27.  As a Purdue and University of Toledo graduate, Fried taught business at MCCC for 37 years. Fried left behind his wife, Elizabeth, and two daughters, Megan and Sarah, along with his grandchildren.  […]

Opinion

Experiencing a horror movie for the first time

Of all the genres of movies, I have never watched a horror movie. I decided to venture out for the sole purpose of this article. Horror movies never really grabbed my attention as something I would enjoy watching. It wasn’t very appealing to purposely cause angst.  I had a hard […]

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Art Club to host Paint a Pumpkin

As the fall season is rolling in, students can channel their inner artist at Paint a Pumpkin. MCCC Art Club is hosting the event on October 21 at 6:30pm in Founders Hall, room 117. “All are welcome,” said Therese O’Halloran, the advisor of Art Club. For the attendance fee of […]

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Elizabeth Kramer and family sell custom crafts

MCCC student Elizabeth Kramer and her family participate in farmers markets and craft shows around Monroe Country and in some surrounding cities. Elizabeth’s mom, Alicia, created her own side hustle called Serendipitous Sweet Shop and made it into her family business. Their booth of arts and crafts can be found […]

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Emma Marion

Hey, My name is Emma Marion!  The amount of time that I used to simply think of something seemingly interesting about myself is immense.  I’m just like any other nineteen year old girl. I love being outside, playing and listening to music, drawing, painting and writing. At a young age, […]