Author: Reese Bowling


Paranormal investigators haunt Monroe museum

The Michigan Museum of Horror is haunted, and I have proof.  In October 2023, I started working with Andrew Mcgowan, a paranormal investigator who explores and films haunted locations, which he posts on his YouTube channel “Andrew’s Paranormal Experience.” At 9 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 27, Andrew and I prepared […]


MCCC Honors Symposium highlights student success

More than 300 guests attended in this year’s MCCC Student Honors Symposium on April 18 at the La-Z-Boy Center. The event highlighted the talents of 75 MCCC students, some of whom are in MCCC’s Honors Program. Other students were selected or nominated by faculty members. Students could also volunteer to […]


Safe Space Summit scheduled for April 10-11

Through presentations, discussions and dialogue, students, alums, staff and community members will share their journeys of positive social change and liberation at the Safe Space Summit. Led by an MCCC alum or student, the event kicks off from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10 in S-Building Room 165 with Grassroots […]


Articles found in bathrooms violate campus policy

Editor’s Note: This version of the story eliminates an opinionated term in the headline. News stories about sexual violence in bathrooms were discovered by a student in a women’s bathroom in the La-Z-Boy Center. On Wednesday, March 13 before noon, an MCCC student entered the women’s bathroom and discovered the […]


MCCC President Emeritus Ronald Campbell turns 99

Ronald Campbell, MCCC’s first president, celebrated his 99th birthday on campus.  Family, friends and former colleagues of Campbell’s were invited to a special reception at the La-Z-Boy Center atrium on March 12, his birthday. Campbell attended the celebration with his son, Kevin, and daughter-in-law, Alice. They traveled from Illinois.  President […]


37th annual Big Gig! held in Meyer Theater

Blues and jazz music lovers stood in line for more than an hour to attend The Big Gig! Monroe County’s 37th annual Black History Month blues concert. The free event, held at MCCC’s Meyer Theater, featured the Rev. Robert B. Jones Sr., Laith Al-Saadi and The Bobby Murray All-Star Revue. […]


One Book program to kickoff next month

Editor’s note: This story was updated on Feb. 12 to correct the spelling of Sally Cole-Misch’s name. Every year, One Book, One Community, a long-standing program in Monroe County, urges local residents to read from a book by a major author over a series of free programs.  This year, the […]