Author: Lexi Greenwood

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Meet MCCC’s new librarian

Elizabeth Hartig is the newest librarian to be welcomed at MCCC. Hartig majored in History and German at University of Michigan. She then had a fellowship in Germany for a year and spent time working with nonprofits. Hartig went on to work with a refugee resettlement agency and it was […]

Dan Wood hopes to teach people that criminal justice is a wide field with plenty of career opportunities besides just police work.
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$350,000 grant makes Criminal Justice expansion dreams possible

Editor’s note: This version of the story has been corrected to show the acreage purchased for the expansion of the Whitman Center. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dan Wood said the criminal justice program at MCCC has been trying to get the MILO Immersive De-Escalation Simulator for almost two years. […]

Flags of hispanic countries stuck in the ground outside the A building for Hispanic Heritage Month
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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan still in development

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Planning Task Force took about two years to create a plan, and the Board of Trustees tabled it within an hour.  On February 23, the detailed documents of the DEI plan were brought to the board of trustees meeting to be voted on. The […]

Dan Wood hopes to teach people that criminal justice is a wide field with plenty of career opportunities besides just police work.
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Professor offers four day law enforcement academy

This version of the story corrects the headline, it was originally posted with the wrong time for the event and has been adjusted for accuracy. This summer, young adults have the opportunity to experience police academy. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dan Wood and State Trooper Don Stewart are offering  […]

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Ukraine supply drive surpasses donation goal

On a rainy Saturday afternoon, the Monroe community came together to collect humanitarian aid supplies to send to refugees in Ukraine. Jeremy McGarry, MCCC alumni and community member, organized the collection event, which took place on March 19.  “I always say it just takes one person, and I figured all […]

Opinion

‘Uncharted’ takes its adventure to the big screen

On Feb. 18, the action adventure video game series, “Uncharted”, finally made its film debut after over a decade-long journey to get there. In 2008, producer Avi Arad initially announced he would be starting production on “Uncharted.” However production difficulties and multiple changes led the film to this year’s release. […]

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Free mental health services available on campus for students

At no cost to the college, the Community Mental Health Authority is providing counseling to students.  The soft opening for these services was on Feb. 16.  “We have seen, not only here on campus but nationwide, that the number of students and to a certain extent the faculty and staff on […]