Author: Todd Salisbury


‘Divisions’ continues Starset’s journey

Some bands are hard to fit into a single genre mold. Blending heavy rock, pop, metal and electronic elements in their newest release “Divisions,” Starset is one of those bands. The album dropped Sept. 13 and consists of 13 tracks and is 58 minutes long. In “Divisions,” concepts of organizations […]


West misses release date of new album

This was supposed to be a review of the new “Jesus is King” album by Kanye West. “Jesus is King” was supposed to drop Sept. 27. At the time of this article, the album hasn’t been released. West and his latest project have had a long road. West announced the […]


Monroe Pop-Fest has me questioning

I’m a nerd. Or so I thought. I attended Monroe Pop-Fest on Sept. 14 to get photos of the event for my freelance job with Monroe News. On my way there, I thought in my head that I would fit right in. I knew games, movies and anime to a […]


One Book One Community announces book and events

One Book One Community, OBOC, released their featured book for 2020. “What the Eyes Don’t See” by Flint pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha was announced as the focus of the community-wide reading program, which will run from March 9 to April 3. “What the Eyes Don’t See” tells the dramatic story of […]


University of Toledo advisor to visit MCCC

Nichole Hood, an advisor from the University of Toledo, will be visiting MCCC to talk with students. Hood will be taking appointments in the Admissions Office on Oct. 10 and Oct. 23. Appointments will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To make an appointment go to


MCCC ranked best community college in Michigan

WalletHub, a personal finance website, has ranked MCCC the top community college in Michigan for 2019. WalletHub selected a sample of 710 schools from the list of member institutions in the American Association of Community Colleges. The website then rated the colleges based on education outcomes, career outcomes and cost […]


Agora gets new look

The Agora changed its website Sept. 6. The website,, went from a clunky custom Uloop content management system to a more visually pleasing, streamlined system using WordPress. With WordPress, the Agora is able to better cater to its audience with a more reliable system that hosts better capabilities for […]


RCTC is here to help at MCCC

Websites change, passwords need resetting and sometimes computers are just frustrating. While Google can help solve many problems, it can’t assist with specific questions or accounts. Karen Kuhl, the computer lab coordinator, said MCCC’s Regional Computer Technology Center (RCTC) and the Business Learning Lab (BLL) can help with specific questions […]


Witt Lowry flies under the radar with new album

The album cover of “Nevers Road” takes listeners down the trails of Nevers Road, a location Witt Lowry grew up by.     When you mix the emotional storytelling aspect of NF and blend it with speedy lines like Eminem, you get the underground rapper Witt Lowry. The 28-year-old Connecticut […]


MCCC Foundation hosts 25th annual golf outing

People were all smiles as the sun rose at Carrington Golf Club on Sept. 6 for the 25th Annual MCCC Alumni Association Scholarship Golf Outing. Through the golf outing, the college has awarded 124 Alumni Association Scholarships and raised a total $113,475 since starting in 1995. The golf outing raises […]