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Culinary Open House being hosted at MCCC

MCCC will be hosting a culinary open house on Jan. 30 in the S Building. This event is free of charge and open to all. Reservations are not required, but suggested. The open house will be held Monday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the S Building’s Cuisine 1300 […]

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Archaeologists perform radar work at Potter’s Field

Archaeologists from The Mannik & Smith Group were performing GPR (ground-penetrating radar) work at the Potter’s Field in front of the college’s campus on Monday. The Potter’s Field is a historical site on Monroe County Community College property where “people without means were interred in unmarked graves” from the mid-1800s […]

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Crafting in the C Building

An opportunity to craft while being festive is coming to MCCC. Learn how to use a Cricut machine, make a fun holiday card, or make an ornament at the Holiday Craft Workshop. Wednesday, Dec. 14, drop into the MCCC Library anytime between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the C […]

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Cram-a-Cruiser event to be held by Criminal Justice club

Just in time for Christmas, the Criminal Justice club will be collecting toys and non-perishable food donations on Dec. 12. The collection will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in front of the La-Z-Boy Center. The items collected will be donated to Paula’s House, a local shelter for […]

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MCCC faculty wears red at Board of Trustees meeting

A sea of red attire greeted those attending Tuesday’s Board of Trustees meeting, donning shirts reading “MCCC Faculty Negotiating for a Fair Contract” on the back. The choice of apparel is part of the MCCC faculty’s ongoing protest for a new work contract, a cause that has been ongoing since […]

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Five-Year Plan calls for H Building expansion

The H Building could look a whole lot different if the college’s $16.1 million dollar plan to expand and renovate the facility by 46% moves forward. The Board of Trustees unanimously approved MCCC’s Five-Year Master Plan on Sep. 26, which also identifies over $500,000 in maintenance and repairs, most of […]

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MCCC faculty displays solidarity at State of the College Address

MCCC faculty could be seen wearing blue shirts, blue jeans, and red buttons adorning the words “Value MCCC Staff” at President Dr. Kojo A. Quartey’s State of the College Address Thursday morning. The buttons are part of the staff’s effort to bring awareness to ongoing negotiations between college faculty and […]

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Negotiations are not going smoothly at MCCC

You may have seen red buttons appearing on the shirts of faculty members around campus, each one stating “Value MCCC Faculty.” These buttons are part of an effort by staff members to bring awareness to the ongoing negotiations between faculty and the college administration. Negotiations that are not going smoothly. […]

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Public is invited to MCCC’s candidate forum

MCCC is scheduled to host two candidate forums this week in the Meyer Theater located in the La-Z-Boy Center. The dates are Wednesday, Oct. 19, and Thursday Oct. 20. The forum is set to start at 6 p.m. both nights, and is free and open to the public.  There will […]