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‘Bridgerton’ Season Two: the slow burn season

This contains spoilers from Nexflix’s “Bridgerton.” The vast success of Netflix’s first season of “Bridgerton” sent fans racing to read the series, corsets to trend online, and even inspired the Grammy-nominated album “The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical.” Set in regency era England, the show follows the Bridgerton family, a widow and […]

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Student Government to host end of year blacklight party

With finals quickly approaching and coronavirus restrictions being lifted on campus, Student Government has just the event for celebrating. Light Up the Night, a blacklight party, will take place in the Cellar located in the A Building from 7-11 p.m. on April 8. Attendees can pay $5 or donate two […]

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Gatsby to take the stage at MCCC

MCCC students will perform “Great Gatsby: A Live Radio Play,” April 22-23 at 7 p.m. and April 24 at 2 p.m. in the dining room located in the A Building. The play is being put on by The Humanities/Social Sciences Division and is directed by adjunct instructor Angie Lai. Lai […]

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Campus food pantry provides meals to students

The food pantry on campus has served over 700 students and their families since its opening in November 2021, said Josh Myers, executive director of The Foundation at MCCC. Any student, including Middle College students, can use the pantry, Myers said. They do not check for household income. The only […]

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‘Metroid Dread’: Great fear or apprehension

Technical advancements allow “Metroid” producer Yoshio Sakamoto’s vision to become a reality after nearly 20 years of development. “Metroid Dread” was released for Nintendo Switch on Oct. 8, 2021, and fulfills all its awaited desires. “Dread” is a 2-D side scrolling game that is a sequel to “Metroid Fusion” from […]

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Ukraine supply drive surpasses donation goal

On a rainy Saturday afternoon, the Monroe community came together to collect humanitarian aid supplies to send to refugees in Ukraine. Jeremy McGarry, MCCC alumni and community member, organized the collection event, which took place on March 19.  “I always say it just takes one person, and I figured all […]