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Michigan 2010 Census Results

As most people know, the census collects lots of data with some things are more interesting oppose to others. Some of the facts do not mean much to citizens. Instead of reading the information, I think a better way to get a grasp on reality is to put things in […]


Spring football game shows UM has a lot to do

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke let it be known after the spring game that the Wolverines have a lot to work on. “We’re glad we don’t open up tomorrow,” Hoke said at the post-game press conference. Video of MCCC students reacting to Michigan spring football While Michigan’s defense was stout […]


Paula Poundstone makes Monroe cry from laughter

It may have been rainy and dreary outside Saturday night, but inside the Meyer Theater, Monroe could not stop laughing. Comedian Paula Poundstone was the woman behind the laughter. She walked onstage to a full crowd with a can of Diet Pepsi in hand. She was dressed in a bright […]


‘Education, Faith, and Family’ discussion held at MCCC

Discussions on faith, family, education and race filled the La-Z-Boy atrium on Tuesday, April 12. The Agora, MCCC’s student newspaper, hosted a panel discussion titled, “Education, Faith and Family” as part of the One Book, One Community events. The questions and discussion centered around the strong faith, family, and education […]


Agora editor named student journalist of the year

Agora editor Marissa Beste won Student Journalist of the Year at the Michigan Community College Press Association's (MCCPA) annual competition. "I'm so excited, I didn't expect to win the student journalist of the year award at all," Beste, said. I'm really proud of everyone. To win 18 awards when we are going […]