Author: Hanna Nadeau

Features

Gender and Sexuality Alliance provides community

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance aims to create a supportive environment on campus. “The mission of GSA is to make a strong, supportive community, to increase awareness and acceptance, and to provide resources regarding LGBTQ+ issues and culture,” Melissa Grey, co-advisor of GSA, said. MCCC’s GSA is a student led […]

Entertainment

Hocus Pocus 2
The rumors confirmed, filming underway

I was not surprised when I saw that Parade rated Hocus Pocus as the number one movie to watch this Halloween season. Hocus Pocus, released in 1993, is one of the most talked about Disney Halloween movies. The Sanderson Sisters have stolen the hearts of many with their sense of […]

News

Clery report comes back with one less zero

Unlike previous years, MCCC’s Clery report does not have all zeros this year. The report indicated a car theft that occurred on campus. An incident report from Jan. 30, 2020, states that a student had parked her car outside of the L building at 3 p.m. leaving her purse in […]

News

Safety Services office to be renamed in honor of Bill Myers

The name of the Safety Services office will be changed to pay tribute to the original supervisor Bill Myers, who died Feb. 24. “The name change is to honor the man that created the original Security Office,” said Charlie Abel, chief of Security. “Originally the campus was patrolled by the […]

Blood Drive
News

Red Cross and Student Government to host blood drive

Editor’s note: this version of the story corrects Claire Bacarella’s name. Saving a life is as easy as donating blood. MCCC Student Government is co-hosting the Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday Oct. 12 in the dining room of the Administration Building from 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Refreshments will […]

Staff

Hanna Nadeau

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast,” said Lewis Carroll in his 1865 novel Alice in Wonderland. One of those impossible things happened to be writing for the Agora. If someone would have told me that I would be invited to write for the school […]