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Visiting artist series set to return to campus

Local award-winning artist and alumnus of MCCC will be visiting campus on Feb. 27, according to a news release.  Artist David Larkins will be hosting a workshop/demonstration in Founders Hall, room F-126, from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. followed by a presentation in the La-Z-Boy Center Atrium from 6:30 to 8:00 […]

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Amanda Althouse wins Fall 2023 Enriching Lives Award

The Enriching Lives Performance Award is an award given to staff at MCCC once every semester. This award is dedicated to someone who commits themselves to making positive changes within the college and strives to help students succeed through incorporating MCCC’s mission into their work. In Fall 2023, this award […]

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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 […]

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Holocaust survivor shares her story at MCCC

A young girl living with her parents in a labor camp just south of the Arctic Circle had a small birthday celebration. During that time, her mother asked her, “If the war wasn’t happening, what would you want for your birthday?” The young girl responded, “A big loaf of bread […]

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SLAC hosts button-making event

The Student Library Advisory Club (SLAC) hosted a button-making event on Nov. 15 in the Library located in the C Building. Students and faculty came together to make their own custom buttons. Participants could use acrylic-based pens to color on the buttons.  Liz Hartig, faculty reference librarian/public services at MCCC, […]

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MCCC professor helping rebuild theater program

The hushed actors get into place as the audience chatters with excitement. The lights shine down on the set as the show begins. Beside the stage stands the director, pulling her cardigan closed in force of habit, watching over her students and her months of hard work unfold.  The director […]