Tag: Cassidy Maier


Quartey, others give State of the College address

Kojo Quartey talks about MCCC during the State of the College address at MB&T Friday morning. MCCC’s new vision, non-credit enrollment, and future plans were among the topics covered during the State of the College address Friday morning at Monroe Bank & Trust's headquarters. Joe Verkennes, director of Marketing and Communications, […]


Agora hosts immigration panel

Panel members Diego Bonesatti, Rev. Dr. Jill Hardt Zundell, Samad Nadeem, Mary Kamidoi and Cindy Garcia Immigration, deportation, and prejudice all continue to be hot button issues in the United States. On Wed, March 28, the Agora put a face to the issue by hosting the forum “Balancing Act: Security […]


Red, White, and Blues

Photo courtesy of Javed Peracha The Bacchus Society held the annual Reds, Whites, and Blues event on Dec. 6. Attendees tasted wines from St. Julians Winery and food made by MCCC’s second year culinary students. Harry Granito of St. Julians Winery and his wife Kim worked at the bar, serving […]


MCCC copes with another loss

(L-R) Caleb, Ethan, Hannah and Jacob Hawkins at Hannah's graduation. Teresa Hawkins speaks gently about her third son, Ethan. “He’s just like my husband, really a laidback, kind of easy-going guy. Nothing really ruffled his feathers too much,” she says. “He just loved life, loved people.” Ethan, who attended MCCC […]


MCCC sponsors forum on big issues

Ezinne Ndukwe, the senior health policy analyst at the Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation, spoke about health care. Some of the biggest issues of Monroe County were addressed at a public forum at MCCC. A panel of three speakers gave presentations on public education, healthcare, and the opioid crisis […]


Back-to-School Barbecue features sunny skies

Students could visit a variety of tables set up by on-campus and off-campus organizations. (Photo by Miranda Gardner) The sun was a prominent guest at the 2017 Back-to-School Barbecue. The Monroe County Community College event was organized and hosted by Student Government and sponsored by multiple organizations, including Siena Heights […]