Therapists share their views on cannabis legalization

Gage Thompson

March 10, 2020

With the legalization of cannabis looming across the Mississippi River, some health professionals are considering the implications of a public who may not fully understand what’s to come. Mary Engholm, Director of Operations...

New semester springing up

Yasmine Cruz, Calumet Editor

February 25, 2020

Hey MCC, we’re back at it again with another semester and what happens to be my final one here. It has been a difficult three years but I will be walking across that stage come May, along with many classmates. Still, we have to ...

Gourmet cupcakes on campus

Mikaela Hoover

September 28, 2017

The Muscatine Community College Alumni Association is selling six-packs of Scratch Cupcakery cupcakes from Sept. 4-22. Scratch Cupcakery is a small business in Iowa. The cupcake six-packs cost $15-$20, depending on the variety....

Walker wins education award

Mikaela Hoover

September 28, 2017

Justin Walker received the 2017 Archie Willard Adult Education and Literacy Educator of the Year award during the Adult Education and Literacy Conference. This award is in memory of Archie Willard, who is considered the grandfather...

Substitute shortage

Mikaela Hoover

September 28, 2017

Local schools are seriously lacking substitute teachers. The school districts are struggling to give their full-time teachers time off because of the shortage. In order to become a substitute teacher, you need a bachelor’s degree...

Counseling services available on campus

September 28, 2017

Family Resources Counseling and Therapy Services offers free appointments for MCC staff and students, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays and 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursdays. Go to Student Services or call the Information...

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