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The Forum: Gabby Forrester, Alex Schmitt and Brianna Pilz

The Forum is the Agora’s interview show. This episode, we interviewed Gabby Forrester, Alex Schmitt and Brianna Pilz about MCCC’s upcoming play “PUFFS: or, Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic (One Act for Young Wizards Edition).” The show is scheduled to run at 6 […]


Amanda Althouse wins Fall 2023 Enriching Lives Award

The Enriching Lives Performance Award is an award given to staff at MCCC once every semester. This award is dedicated to someone who commits themselves to making positive changes within the college and strives to help students succeed through incorporating MCCC’s mission into their work. In Fall 2023, this award […]


MCCC working to revise Emergency Response Plan

A group of faculty members and administrators have joined to revise and update MCCC’s Emergency Response Plan.  The current ERP has been put to the test over the past year, and at times, the execution of the plan has faced criticism from faculty members.  As reported by the Agora in […]


Safe restroom sign not so safe on campus

Safe restroom signs put up by the GSA promoting inclusivity have caused controversy around MCCC. These signs were put up by the Gender & Sexuality Alliance in Fall 2023 after students approached them about harassment occurring in the restrooms toward transgender individuals. The signs state the bathrooms are for everyone, […]


One Book program to kickoff next month

Editor’s note: This story was updated on Feb. 12 to correct the spelling of Sally Cole-Misch’s name. Every year, One Book, One Community, a long-standing program in Monroe County, urges local residents to read from a book by a major author over a series of free programs.  This year, the […]


Bathroom access protest bleeds ignorance

I had no high hopes or great expectations for this Board of Trustees meeting. All I knew was that I was going to have to sit through argument after argument based on nothing but irrationality and prejudice from protesters. The larger-than-usual crowd that gathered for the meeting on Jan. 22 […]