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

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College support staff unionize

Editor’s note: This version of the story has a changed lead to give correct examples of support staff and clarified the process of deciding college closures  Support staff, such as administrative assistants and employees in Admissions, at MCCC recently voted to unionize. Staff members voted 33-2 on Jan. 4, said […]

Flags of hispanic countries stuck in the ground outside the A building for Hispanic Heritage Month
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Speaker series celebrates Hispanic Heritage month

Editor’s note: this version of the story corrects Daniel Abreu’s name and flag origins.  Hispanic Cultural Heritage does not fit into one box. This month MCCC’S Culture and Current Affairs Speakers Series is exploring the diversity and misconceptions involved in hispanic culture.  A lineup of events and discussions will offer […]

Above, a rendering shows the designed common space for students that outlooks the fountains outside the C building. Below, the progress of where the space will be built is displayed.
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MCCC changes library’s department, design and direction

As the library’s facilities are being upgraded to further aid students’ success, the library director position has been broadened and renamed to the Director of Student Success. The director position is new to MCCC, but the idea was considered by administration in the past, said Vice President of Enrollment Management […]