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The chaos of sophomore year

My original plan was to write about the advice I would give to an incoming MCCC freshman. However, I think I was more prepared going into my first year of college last year than I am now as a sophomore. As the air starts to smell like fall and the […]


MCCC president’s response to bomb threat has been questioned

Editor’s note: This story was updated on June 8 to remove the inaccurate statement that Scott Behrens, vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Success, was unavailable by deadline. There was a scheduled meeting with Behrens for Friday, June 9. A text seeking comment from Behrens was not sent in a […]

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The Forum: Madison Stone

The Forum is the Agora’s interview show. This episode, we interviewed Madison Stone about her efforts to start a Care Closet at MCCC. 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 […]


MCCC’s 56th annual Commencement
Class of 2023

Caps and gowns were adorned, diplomas were passed, and celebrations were held as the MCCC class of 2023 walked across the stage at the 56th annual commencement ceremony. Grace Yackee, vice president of Instruction, announced Wendy Wysocki as the Honorary Grand Marshal of commencement. Graduates Jewell Mason and Marie […]


MCCC Honors Reception

Student Government members helped lead the Honors Reception last Tuesday in the Meyer Theater. Awards were given to many students and faculty members during the night.


How journalism has improved my anxiety

Anxiety felt like it came out of nowhere for me. When I was 14 years old, suddenly everything felt like a daunting task. I mean everything. Going to school, going to practice and going to work. There was nothing I hated more than new things. Driving was my biggest fear […]


Board of Trustees member announces resignation

Florence Buchanan is resigning from the MCCC Board of Trustees. The resignation will be effective Sept. 1, Buchanan said. Board Chairman Aaron Mason announced her resignation at the April 24 Board of Trustees meeting. Mason said the board will likely discuss the process and procedure of replacing Buchanan when the […]

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Inside Out Dance Ensemble’s “Soundtracks” takes the stage

The Inside Out Dance Ensemble held a performance named “Soundtracks” April 19 and 20 in the Meyer Theater located in the La-Z-Boy Center. “Soundtracks” is themed around movie soundtracks. With songs such as “Night Fever” from “Saturday Night Fever,” “Jailhouse Rock” from “Jailhouse Rock” and “The Portrait” from “The Titanic.” […]


Maintenance staff members’ unlikely friendship

When it comes to work experience, maintenance staff members Adam Wilson and Jim Harbaugh, commonly referred to his colleagues as “H”, cannot be more different. While Wilson just celebrated his one year at MCCC earlier this month, H has been training new hires for over 30 years. However, when they […]