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MCCC Honors Symposium highlights student success

More than 300 guests attended in this year’s MCCC Student Honors Symposium on April 18 at the La-Z-Boy Center. The event highlighted the talents of 75 MCCC students, some of whom are in MCCC’s Honors Program. Other students were selected or nominated by faculty members. Students could also volunteer to […]


DTE partners with MCCC on new light fixtures

MCCC has partnered with DTE and their Community Lighting Program on a project to replace and/or install new lighting fixtures on campus with new LED alternatives.  “The majority of the existing light poles were replaced, but there were some that we reused, however with those new heads were installed,” Jack […]


Ballad of a teenage editor

Becoming a newspaper editor had been a dream of mine since age 15.  I had no understanding of journalism, but I had my sights set on writing for a paper and eventually becoming the boss.  Now, as a 17-year-old senior in high school, I’m nearing the end of my first […]


Newsroom rights violated in careless act of ‘concern’

Our editor sits, crying alone, hidden in the privacy of the newsroom on an almost empty Friday morning.  It was Friday, March 22. Maggie Sandefur had a particularly harsh morning and was hoping for some peace and quiet away from the world.  The door to the newsroom opens and she’s […]


Eclipse interviews on campus

MCCC held an event for the community on campus for the 2024 Solar Eclipse. Interviewer: Brooklyn Kayson Video by: Anna Muth and Riley Burns Video Editor: Reese Bowling


GSA set to hold annual Pride Party

Anticipate conversation, community and contentment at this year’s annual Pride Party. The MCCC Gender & Sexuality Alliance will hold the event on Friday, April 12 from 5-10 p.m. in the Cellar.  Since at least 2015, the Pride Party has been a spring tradition for the GSA. “The GSA created a […]


Tuition increase approved at board meeting

After much consideration, the Board of Trustees passed a motion to increase in-county tuition rates by 4%.  Vice President of Finance and Administration Curtis Creagh announced a proposal from the administration in regards to MCCC’s policy on Tuition and Fees at the March 25 board meeting. This proposal offered three […]


Safe Space Summit scheduled for April 10-11

Through presentations, discussions and dialogue, students, alums, staff and community members will share their journeys of positive social change and liberation at the Safe Space Summit. Led by an MCCC alum or student, the event kicks off from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10 in S-Building Room 165 with Grassroots […]