Author: Lauren Werlinger

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Nursing program seeks reaccreditation

On Sept 7 through Sept 9, the Accreditation Commission for Education and Nursing visited MCCC. This is part of the beginning stage in the reaccreditation process for the Registered Nurse program, as well as the Registered Nurse to Practicing Nurse program. “We passed that first step with flying colors,” said […]

Brant Georgia stands in a shady area on the bank of River Raisin in front of an easel.
Features

MCMC student Brant Georgia illustrates local flora and fauna

Eighteen year old Middle College student Brant Georgia combines education and art in his acrylic wildlife paintings.  Brant started painting when he was 13. “I had always been skilled in sketching, and painting just seemed like the next logical step,” Brant said. “It certainly allows for more artistic freedom in […]

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College newsletter aims to solve students’ email fatigue

“MCCC Happenings” is a new monthly newsletter created by the Enrollment Management and Student Success team. Vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Success Scott Behrens said the team produced it in an effort to reduce the volume of emails students receive. “Instead of inundating students with emails, I want […]

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Werlinger named editor for 2021-2022

When I joined the Agora as a freelance writer during the 2020 Fall Semester, I had no idea how much it would come to mean to me. I also had no idea that I would become the Agora editor for the 2021-2022 school year. That’s what everyone says, it seems. […]

Opinion

Sharks in the water, use caution

Writing an article and watching all the details fall into place is one of the best parts of being a journalist. What lots of readers don’t know, however, is just how much it takes to get that information. That sounds a lot more dramatic than it really is. I’m not fighting against a government’s censorship or skillfully extracting a […]

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Student Government plans virtual talent show

With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Monroe County, Student Government is in the process of planning around the restrictions for social gatherings. Nicholas Manor, president of Student Government, said their goal is to find unique ways to keep MCCC students engaged in the community while also keeping everyone safe. One […]