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Poetry Night

The flickering flameless candles lightened the table top as soft jazz played in the background, while students started to gather together. The baked goods were available and the sign-up sheets began to gain autographs. Strangers sat down and engaged in conversations. This was the vibe at Poetry Night which was […]

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MCCC to hold auditions for “Clue: On Stage”

Was it the butler in the kitchen with a candlestick? Maybe the cook with a lead pipe in the lounge?  There have even been some ominous reports that you, the reader, were seen with the victim in the study hall before their untimely demise. You wouldn’t happen to know anything […]

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Meet MCCC’s new librarian

Elizabeth Hartig is the newest librarian to be welcomed at MCCC. Hartig majored in History and German at University of Michigan. She then had a fellowship in Germany for a year and spent time working with nonprofits. Hartig went on to work with a refugee resettlement agency and it was […]

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Detroit Symphony Orchestra returns to MCCC

Nicholas Myers, Detroit Symphony Orchestra bassist, was one of the first musicians to enter the Meyer Theater stage on Jan. 28, 2022. Myers likes to be sure to warm up his bass before his actual performance.  “It is important to get into the right musical mindset before I play big […]

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New administrator ready to help students succeed

With 30 years of experience working in student services at Baker College under his belt, Gerald McCarty II has taken the reins with his new position as director of Student Success. “A lot of people feel like they can’t do college, that college isn’t right for them, that it’s too […]

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Makerspace provides community resources

The MCCC Makerspace is like a mad scientist’s laboratory, said Makerspace coordinator Michael Reaume. “It’s really cool to be able to have an idea for something to make or need to fix something, and all of the necessary tools and equipment are right here,” Reaume said.  A makerspace is a […]

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Luke LaPrad returns home for MCCC concert

Smells won’t be the only thing drifting from the cafeteria at lunchtime. Student Government is hosting a ‘Tunes at Noon’ concert on Monday, November 29, 2021. The event starts at 11:30am in the A Building.  “Noon time concerts aren’t new,” said Tom Ryder, Student Government Advisor. “Each year we bring […]

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Gender and Sexuality Alliance provides community

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance aims to create a supportive environment on campus. “The mission of GSA is to make a strong, supportive community, to increase awareness and acceptance, and to provide resources regarding LGBTQ+ issues and culture,” Melissa Grey, co-advisor of GSA, said. MCCC’s GSA is a student led […]