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Don’t ask, Don’t tell

In elementary school, I remember seeing countless posters in classrooms and in the halls promoting diversity. The posters said things like, “Everyone smiles in the same language.” As a young child, I knew that these posters were there to remind us that being different wasn’t a bad thing.  The lesson […]

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MCCC Volleyball Club learns from loss

Despite losing its inaugural match-up with another collegiate team, the MCCC Volleyball Club came away with some positives.Despite the loss to Delta College, the ladies played “very well and very hard,” according to club president Amy Terrassi. “We actually ended up playing their varsity team not club, so considering the […]

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Staying healthy on campus in fall flu season

With many students getting sick, the time has come to think about our health. MCCC recommends that students stay home if they are suffering flu-like symptoms. “I think it’s kind of cool. I wouldn’t want to come to school and give the flu to anybody else,” said Jase Sancrainte, a […]

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From men to monsters

When someone entered the Whitman Center, MCCC’s off-campus building, from Oct. 7-30, they would have been greeted by 17 wooden silhouettes of women murdered by their boyfriend or husband. A shield-shaped plaque with the story of their death, including the name of the man responsible, rested on each chest. According […]

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LAN Club offers camaraderie to computer students

The MCCC LAN Club is off to a fresh start with new members in charge for the year. The club is full of computer students seeking to improve the experience of the students at MCCC while helping the community. Dale Risden was recently elected the  club’s president. “I believe in […]

Entertainment

Zombieland Review

From slow shuffles and monotone moaning to ravenous running and snarling screams, zombies have captivated audience’s attention for over 70 years on the silver screen. The newest entry into zombie flicks, “Zombieland,” offers plenty of laughs for the audience to sink their teeth into (pun intended). We follow the story […]

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Lawmakers strive to keep promise

Even though a bill was passed to eliminate funding for the Michigan Promise Scholarship, efforts continue to save at least a portion of the funding for the state’s main college scholarship program. “I was going to use the money for books and a laptop, and next year’s tuition since I […]

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Tragic loss brings reinvention

An MCCC student and his family opened a new corn maze this fall. Annette Heck and her three children, Chris, Ethan, and Emma, have worked for a year to get their “Heck of a Corn Maze ” and country store ready for people to enjoy. Ethan is a student at […]

News

H1N1 vaccinations on campus

Vaccinations for the H1N1 flu virus will take place at MCCC in November, and college students are one of the target groups. MCCC has been working closely with the Monroe County Health Department to provide vaccinations for the H1N1 virus.  Public vaccinations are likely to be held on a Saturday […]

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Red Wings drop series with St. Louis

The Detroit Red Wings had a homecoming of sorts to mark the beginning of the regular season.Because Detroit has eight Swedish-born superstars such as Nicklas Lidstrom and Henrik Zetterberg, they were selected to play two games against their division rival St. Louis Blues at Ericsson Globe, in Stockholm, Sweden Oct. […]