Tag: Lori Jo Couch

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Pandemic concerns put bake sale on hold

The writing fellows were planning to hold a bake sale this month on campus. With many concerns about the pandemic and high case numbers, Lori Jo Couch, the Writing Center adviser, has tabled the idea of a bake sale for the time being. “I am on hold for the bake sale,” […]

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Writing fellows to host poetry night and contest

The writing fellows will host a poetry night on Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. in the Cellar located in the A Building. Students and faculty can share their own work or other personal favorite poems, songs and stories.  Original poems are eligible for submission in a poetry contest sponsored by […]

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My self-efficacy — saying goodbye is hard

I am not a humble person. That’s not to say I am a boastful person either. Rather, I am self-depreciating or effacing to a fault. I do not enjoy taking pride in my work. When looking at an end result, I am only able to see the flaws and what […]

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Dance troupe adapts to changing restrictions

Even when unable to meet on campus, the Inside Out Dance Ensemble has still made it possible to safely meet together over the last year. Founded by dance instructor and MCCC adjunct professor of theater and humanities Kellie Lajiness in 2010, the IODE is a dance group at MCCC that […]

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Lori Jo Couch wins Outstanding Faculty Award

Office C-210 at MCCC has seen a lot of traffic in the last 21 years. From students coming to ask for advice to others asking for help on an assignment and alumni coming back to thank their past professor for the impact she made on their life, the office buzzes […]

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COVID-19 restrictions delay poetry contest

The Writing Fellows in collaboration with MCCC’s Inside Out Dance Ensemble is hosting a poetry contest. The deadline for submission was previously Nov. 18. However, because of the three-week shut down of the college, the submission deadline has been extended. Lori Jo Couch, assistant professor of English and Writing Center […]

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Enrollment drops for Winter

Monroe County Community College’s enrollment levels have declined for the Winter 2020 semester. MCCC reported on enrollment comparisons to the Winter 2019 semester, Winter 2020’s headcount has declined by 13.7% (394 students) and change in credit hours by 13.8% (3,116 credit hours). MCCC is not alone in this decline. Community […]