Author: Todd Salisbury


Post Traumatic

Suicide is prevalent. Thankfully, as this has become more discussed, society has begun to realize the issues many face. Unfortunately, one thing that isn’t discussed as often is how the friends and family get through the grieving. While this article isn’t directly about suicide or how to continue on without […]


MCCC hosts blood drive

MCCC, partnered with the American Red Cross, will be hosting a blood drive on Jan 8. The blood drive will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the dining hall. During Nov., the American Red Cross reported that September and October fell short by some 21,000 donations than […]


New Year’s Resolutions

With the new year just around the corner, many people are looking to clear out some old habits while ringing in the new. In an effort to make the upcoming year better than year's past, people create resolutions – or goals. MCCC student Jenna Reiber's goal is to be more […]


The Agora: a place for passion

The Agora is not just for journalists. It is for writers, bloggers, broadcasters, photographers, artists, critics, reporters, sports analysts, and anyone else who is passionate about what they do. At the Agora, we deal with any and everything related to media. While we do feature our stories in the newspaper […]


College student Christmas gift tips

​ Art by Cheyanne Abel It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Unless you’re a college student with a parent who doesn’t know what to get you for Christmas. People are difficult to shop for, especially college students. Between working and going to classes, students may not have time […]


Muse gets lost in simulations

Muse at Joe Louis Arena during the Drones World Tour. Is rock finally dead? As hip-hop and pop continue to dominate both the airwaves and charts, rock music seems to have found itself stuck between the proverbial rock and a hard place. Luckily, Muse, Britain’s most famous progressive rock band, has taken […]


MCCC hosts Halloween Boo Bash

With Halloween dead and gone, students at MCCC sent it off with a graveyard smash. On Friday, Nov. 2, students met for one last scare at the Boo Bash in the Cellar of the A building. Many would think a party after Halloween would be odd, but students didn’t think […]


Sports clubs offer more for campus life

Two players square off during a match. While MCCC does not have collegiate sports, students still have the chance to be active in sports on campus. Students have organized a 5-on-5 basketball club as well as a volleyball club. The basketball club meets on Thursdays while the volleyball club meets […]


Griffin puts on show as Pistons down the 76ers

Power forward Blake Griffin drives in on 76ers' center Joel Embiid. The Philadelphia 76ers came to Little Caesars Arena to face the Detroit Pistons, a team the 76ers do well against. Between the two teams, the players to watch tend to be Joel Embiid of the 76ers facing the Piston’s […]


Diving into Life in the Ocean

Students at MCCC now have a chance to dive into the study of the oceans with a new course coming Winter 2019 Semester. Life in the Ocean is an experimental Biology course taught by Tracy Rayl, assistant professor of Biology. The course will be structured as a level-100 course and […]