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Women uncover new fight for equality

The Free the Nipple movement was launched by a short film by Lina Esco, and supported by numerous celebrities. The spike in popularity for the Free the Nipple movement seems to have come from Scout Willis, the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, who walked around New York topless.  […]

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Prep school rape raises consent issues

The trial of Owen Labrie, a Concord, N.H., senior accused of raping a freshman girl, has gained national attention and raised issues of rape on school campuses. While rape occurs often and to numerous people, some cases spark more attention and talk more than others. In Concord, New Hampshire, last […]

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Recreational Marijuana Headed for the Ballot

The Green Door,located on East Liberty Street, is one of many dispensaries in Ann Arbor which sell marijuana products to cardholders. MCCC students who wish to vote for the legalization of recreational marijuana may have the opportunity next year. A group is gathering signatures to put the Michigan Marijuana Regulation […]

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Former heroin addicts start 12-step meetings in Monroe

Seven former heroin addicts have started Heroin Anonymous meetings at two locations in Monroe County. They have come together to help current addicts learn to live sober. “Heroin Anonymous is a place where someone can go so they don’t feel alone,” said Jeremy, one of the organizers, who asked that […]

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Students react to Trump presidential bid

MCCC students voice their opinion on Donald Trump. Donald Trump — yay or nay? Trump has been causing controversy since he entered the 2016 presidential campaign back in June. Trump is good at many things but not a political candidate, according to some MCCC students. Trump makes fun of everyone […]

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Is vaping a safe alternative to smoking?

MCCC students seem to be okay with vaping on campus, as long as it's not in the classroom. Is vape a good escape from the slope of cigarette smoke? Monroe area residents who vape seem to agree that vaping is a great decision that helped them stray from cigarette smoking.  […]

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Romance in the air on MCCC Europe trip

Joshua Lewis went to one knee to propose to Avery DeSloover at sunset at the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Another summer has passed, and another group of MCCC study abroad students went to Europe. About 75 students in two groups visited 12 cities in eight countries over a span of […]

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Retiring respiratory therapist breathes new chapter

When Bonnie Boggs first attended college, she wanted to be a history teacher. Then she changed her mind and went on to study to be a music education teacher.  But she realized she wasn’t that good of a musician, and decided the healthcare industry was the way to go.  “One […]

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Sisters of missing women stick together

From left to right, Chelsea Bruck, Julia Niswender, Kassie Bruck (now Rinne) and Jennifer Niswender. To some, Jennifer Nisewender and Kassandra Bruck seem to have the same pain with eerily similar circumstances.  Both women have lost a sister, but that is where the similarities end.  Jennifer Niswender is the sister […]

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Returning Home

Student  veteran Bobby Cullen spends time with his wife Jessica Cullen, and daughter Ravenna. He says that his success in adjusting is thanks to them. photo by Shelby Spencer Veterans put their lives on hold to fight for our country, but they aren’t always welcomed back with open arms. Student […]