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Tired of “Shawty?” Give metal a try

Most of today’s most popular hits on the radio disgust me. I drive to wherever I need to be and naturally the first thing I do is turn on the radio. All I here is pointless, non-passionate garbage that has been used to make the artist obscene amounts of money […]


New Web site can help students get a job

The Workforce Development Office’s new online system, College Central Network, is drawing increasing numbers of MCCC students and faculty. The network, which is intended to help students and alumni find employment, became active on Aug. 1, according to Heather Kipf, the administrative assistant for the Workforce Development Office. “People seem […]


Rich Rod under critique, despite record

When Rich Rodriguez accepted the job as the head football coach at the University of Michigan, he did not know what he was in for. Before he could start relocating to Ann Arbor, his family was receiving death threats and his children were being bullied at school by West Virginia […]


Other teams gear up for variety of bowls

Two high powered offenses will meet in Glendale, Arizona for the BCS national Championship. Auburn and Oregon both rank in the top 10 in points scored. Two of the top players in the nation will be showcased in this game. Oregon running back LaMichael James leads the nation in rushing […]


One-way missions could lift world’s morale

With the recent flood of wars, economic collapses, and political gridlock, does the twenty-first century need its own “small step for man” to prevent its own great depression? Political squandering and natural disasters have filled the media, refusing to leave room for any inspiration. One former NASA scientist, Jim McLane, […]


TSA pat-downs are a necessary evil

The Travel Security Administration (TSA), part of the Department for Homeland Security, has been catching flack for their increased security measures at airports. Many travelers have given their airport security horror stories to the news media. They complained of being “groped,” “fondled,” or “singled out.” These are all valid complaints […]


Wolverines tackle Mississippi State

The Michigan Wolverines return from their two-year bowl drought to face a good team in the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Mississippi State’s best win, against the Florida Gators, does not look as it did in the middle of the season. But they were 3 points away from beating No. 1 Auburn […]


Spartans take on Alabama in Citrus Bowl

The Michigan State Spartans and Alabama Crimson Tide meet in the Citrus Bowl, which may be the most intriguing non-BCS bowl match up.   Most experts say it has the feel of a BCS bowl. Many people are frustrated with the BCS because the 11-1 Spartans were not given a […]


New Career Tech Center closer to reality

MCCC is another step closer to having its proposed Career Technology Center. The Michigan Legislature approved MCCC’s Construction Authorization for the proposed Career Tech Center, according to Sue Wetzel, vice president of Administration and executive director of the The Foundation at MCCC. The Dec. 3 action by the Legislature has […]


Holiday traditions

Families around the world have different traditions for celebrating during the holidays. Students and employees at MCCC are no different — they each celebrate in their own unique way. Holiday traditions include food, family get-togethers, church, and, of course, gift-giving. Professor of Political Science Dr. Joanna Sabo said she always […]