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Architects look at sites for new Career Tech building

Two possible locations for MCCC’s proposed new Career Technology Center are north of the Life Sciences building and behind the Health Education building. The potential locations were introduced at the Campus Development Committee’s Wednesday meeting. Video: Tim Bennett presents location options The architectural firm, Hobbs + Black of Ann Arbor, […]


The Monroe County Big Read Kicks-Off

This year’s Big Read has officially begun. The month-long event started officially with the Kick-Off Celebration Friday night, featuring a Monroe Community Players performance of Our Town, a play written by Thorton Wilder that complements the Big Read book, The Bridge of San Luis Rey. Copies of Our Town and […]


Upcoming Big Read Events

Big Read events: March 27Monroe Community PlayersOur TownMCCC La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater8 p.m., Adults $15, Senior and Child 12 and under $12 at 241-7900 or one hour before show at box office. Purchase tickets online at www.emonroe.com March 28Monroe Community PlayersOur TownMCCC La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater2 p.m., Adults $15, Senior […]


Lunch and a live performance

The MCCC dining hall welcomed acoustic musician Kevin House. The solo performer played his blend of original acoustic music and covers of popular 90’s songs for an hour and a half on Wednesday, March 24. House said he got into music because of his father, who has been a musician […]


Thief strikes bookstore

An investigation is under way for a recent string of thefts in the MCCC Bookstore between March 3 – 10. According to the police report filed by Monroe County Deputy Jason Peters, a recent inventory check made by Bookstore Director Jean Ford found that $8,000 in inventory was missing from […]


Speed Dating Cancellation

Are the students at MCCC too embarrassed to participate in speed-dating?   Student government member Jimmy Frye had planned to create a fun, free activity for the students of MCCC but because only one participant signed up, he was forced to cancel it.   As chairman of the event, Frye […]


Saline Fiddlers entertain MCCC

On Saturday, March 20, a group of high school students from Saline, Mich. performed their musical talent at the Meyer Theater. The Saline Fiddlers revealed rhythm and humor to the audience through alternative styles of melody and dance. Their music is an engaging assortment of classical, jazz, swing, Celtic, and bluegrass, which […]


Con: to Facebook junkies

Every now and again, my mom will let me know how her old high school B.F.F is doing, or my girlfriend will update me on how BLANK broke up with BLANK and what’s her name is pregnant. More often, though, I will hear “When will you get a Facebook?” The […]