Tag: Diversity

Flags of hispanic countries stuck in the ground outside the A building for Hispanic Heritage Month

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan still in development

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Planning Task Force took about two years to create a plan, and the Board of Trustees tabled it within an hour.  On February 23, the detailed documents of the DEI plan were brought to the board of trustees meeting to be voted on. The […]


MCCC works towards diversity, equity and inclusion

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Center is being created on campus to celebrate cultural diversity and provide community resources. Melissa Grey, professor of psychology, said the DEI task force plans to do this by putting student clubs at the center of programming and bringing in speakers. The task force wants […]


Diversity on the rise, yet still lacking

While MCCC has less diversity than other colleges, numbers are on the rise. Since the election of Donald Trump, tensions in the country have been hurtling towards a breaking point. Aside from Trump’s inflammatory comments about Mexicans and women on the campaign trail, things have gotten worse. The tragic events […]


A Divided World

I’m 20 years old, going to school fulltime and working full-time. I have been in trouble with my parents. I have learned lessons the hard way. I have fallen in love, back out, and in again. All of which, I’m sure, every human being has experienced. I have been discriminated […]


Students support same-sex marriage

MCCC students apparently are more accepting of gays and lesbians being able to marry than the State of Michigan.  A federal judge on March 21, 2014 struck down the ban on lesbians and gays being allowed to marry in the state of Michigan, and samesex couples ran to the courts […]