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The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day Review

It has been nearly 10 years since “The Boondock Saints” arrived in theaters. Now, writer/director Troy Duffy has brought the vigilante MacManus brothers back in an over-the-top sequel that quickly identifies itself as more of a fan service than a Hollywood blockbuster. Saints II starts off eight years after the […]

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See MCCC’s Volleyball Club in action

MCCC’s Volleyball Club could have the home-team advantage on Dec. 5.  The college is hosting a volleyball tournament that Saturday, starting at 9 a.m.  “I love that we are sponsoring the tournament,” Amy Terrasi, Volleyball Club president, said. “It’s a great opportunity to host it, because it promotes our interest […]

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Feasibility Study shows positive results

A feasibility study done for MCCC indicates the college could raise up to $10 million in a community fund-raising campaign. A special meeting of the MCCC Foundation Board of Directors was held on Nov. 17 to discuss the results of the feasibility study, which was conducted by the Clements Group. […]

Features

Whitman Center celebrates Native American Heritage Month

To celebrate November’s Native American Heritage month, the Whitman Center has an exhibit of Pow Wow Portraits. This exhibit, containing 22 portraits from the Michigan State University Museum, will be on display through Dec. 3. The purpose of the exhibit is to show American Indians dressed in contemporary traditional clothing. […]

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Traditions of Thanksgiving

In Autumn of 1621, the first Thanksgiving of the United States was held in Plymouth.  There where 53 known Pilgrims who survived the Mayflower excursion from England to America. They arrived in December of 1620.   After the territorial fighting between the Pilgrims and the American Indians, they began to see […]

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MCCC Offers Alternate Payment Plans

With hard times hitting many, MCCC offers ways to help save students money while taking classes. The automatic payment plan is a way for students to enroll in classes, and not have to pay the full tuition upfront. For a $40 non-refundable enrollment fee, students can use the automatic payment […]

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Paging Dr. Cullen…

Frenchtown Square Mall celebrated its grand reopening Saturday, Nov. 14, with a special guest  from the Twilight movies.  After months of renovations, the mall celebrated its reopening with Peter Facinelli, the actor who plays Dr. Carlisle Cullen.  New Moon, the sequel to the popular movie Twilight, opens Nov. 20. Since […]

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MCCC gets summer makeover

MCCC admissions student assistant Courtney Salliotte got a little change of scenery for the past few weeks.Several buildings on campus received a makeover this summer.To improve the services offered to students, the Admissions, Registration, Switchboard and Cashier areas of the A Building were renovated. The Admissions Office was temporarily relocated […]

Opinion

Views differ on Pell grant – pro

Tuition paid in full? Check. Books and supplies– such as pencils, notebooks, flash drives and calculators all also paid in full? Check. Some students still angry about their financial aid? Check?  Semester after semester, year after year, a number of Federal Pell Grant recipients have their higher education paid in […]

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Frog Leg heads to Whitman

Hungry students at the Whitman Center will soon have a place to go for food.The Frog Leg Inn Bistro will open a Grab-N-Go eatery on the Whitman campus in September. “They will serve fresh coffee, hot soup, fresh fruit, sandwiches, and other quick foods,” Sandy Kosmyna, Director of the Whitman […]