Author: Lauren Werlinger


The Department of Education extends Clery Report deadline

Campus security reports are typically out by this time of year, though 2020 has changed that. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Education has extended the deadline for the Clery Report from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31. Laura Egan, senior director of programs at the Clery Center, said […]


COVID-19 restrictions delay poetry contest

The Writing Fellows in collaboration with MCCC’s Inside Out Dance Ensemble is hosting a poetry contest. The deadline for submission was previously Nov. 18. However, because of the three-week shut down of the college, the submission deadline has been extended. Lori Jo Couch, assistant professor of English and Writing Center […]


‘Enola Holmes,’ a fun but ultimately disappointing detective story

#8220;Enola Holmes” has all the hallmarks of a classic detective movie: a mysterious disappearance, a chase through a moving train, ciphers and several clever disguises. Yet, other important elements fall flat.   As a Netflix Original movie, “Enola Holmes” released on Sept. 23, follows Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown), sister of Sherlock (Henry Cavill) […]


C Building renovations to come

Renovations of the C Building continue to be in the planning stages since their inception in spring of this year. Jack Burns, director of Campus Planning and Facilities, said the goal is for the construction plans to be finished by the end of this year. The actual construction is projected […]


COVID-19 delays L Building construction

The L Building renovations were supposed to be completed before the start of the 2020 Fall Semester. However, there have been significant delays in the completion of this project. Jack Burns, director of Campus Planning and Facilities, said the COVID-19 pandemic was the primary cause of the delay. “It’s made […]

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Lauren Werlinger

You know that phase kids go through, where they ask ‘why’ about every little thing? I never grew out of that phase. I constantly want to learn more, meet new people, and most importantly, find out why things are the way they are. Writing for the Agora gives me an […]