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MCCC to hold auditions for “Clue: On Stage”

Was it the butler in the kitchen with a candlestick? Maybe the cook with a lead pipe in the lounge?  There have even been some ominous reports that you, the reader, were seen with the victim in the study hall before their untimely demise. You wouldn’t happen to know anything […]

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Public is invited to MCCC’s candidate forum

MCCC is scheduled to host two candidate forums this week in the Meyer Theater located in the La-Z-Boy Center. The dates are Wednesday, Oct. 19, and Thursday Oct. 20. The forum is set to start at 6 p.m. both nights, and is free and open to the public.  There will […]

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MCCC to host an upcoming Electric Vehicle Show

MCCC is scheduled to host an Electric Vehicle Show on Oct. 15, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., in Parking Lot 2 in front of the Career Technology Center. The event is free and open to the public and MCCC students. It will feature many showcases of the latest electric […]

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Partial network outage affects work at MCCC

A software update caused a partial internet network outage Wednesday, resulting in some classes being canceled and some faculty moving their work to other places on campus. Rick Hubbert, Communication Network and system administrator, said the outage was the result of a bug during regular maintenance. “A routine update of […]

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The Forum: Episode 11

The Forum is the Agora’s interview show. This episode, we interviewed Josh Myers, executive director of The Foundation. The show is scheduled to run at 6 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m. Tuesdays on Comcast channels 21 and 916 and Charter channel 187. The station is also livestreaming its content at […]

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Leon Letter receives Enriching Lives Award

Leon Letter, dean of Business, was awarded the summer 2022 Enriching Lives Performance Award at the Board of Trustees meeting on Monday Sept. 26. The Enriching Lives Performance Award is given each semester to recognize an employee based on their commitment and how they incorporate MCCC’s “Mission, Vision, and Values” […]

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Opportunity knocks at Wetzel’s door

Sue Wetzel, vice president of Administration, will have her last day at MCCC on Oct. 14, after working with the college for over 35 years. “It’s when opportunity comes,” Wetzel said. “You don’t get to pick the time that it happens.” Wetzel has accepted a job opportunity at Bergen Community […]

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Beatrix Reinhardt creates community art installation

On Sept. 28 members of the community were invited to be a part of a collaborative permanent art installation led by visiting artist Beatrix Reinhardt. Titled “Whispers on the 41st Latitude“ the workshop encompassed live plants and allowed for participants to create one of a kind pieces. Participants and viewers […]

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NASA’s DART mission makes an impact

It’s not common to hear cheers and excitement from a space agency after a satellite crashes. However, that is exactly what you would have heard inside the room with the NASA navigation team as the vending machine sized Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft crashed into the surface of the […]

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month open house scheduled at MCCC

MCCC is scheduled to host a cybersecurity open house on Oct. 17 in Founders Hall in honor of Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The open house requires registration and is free to the public. The event will be held at 6 p.m. in Vjacner Academic Commons and will feature many programs that […]