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‘Student run since 1951’: A Calumet history lesson

April 3, 2018

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By Sharon Adasme Editor in chief The Calumet has been a student run newspaper at Muscatine Community College since October 1951. Earlier this year, Calumet advisor Mark Ridolfi received a very interesting email from a man named Ray Gorman. Gorman ...

MCC looking to improve security

April 3, 2018

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“You can’t tell anyone how to feel because that’s your own process, but I feel very safe when I come into work and feel confident we would be able to respond to a situation according to what we’ve learned and how we have been trained.” -- MCC President Naomi DeWinter

Angel Ruelas & TechTalk: Behold the Galaxy S9

April 3, 2018

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By Angel Ruelas “If it isn't broken, don't fix it.” That’s the direction that Samsung wanted to go for its upcoming flagship phone. It is the phone that Samsung wants to show everyone that they can continue to be the best in the business. The Ga...

Recycling helps the planet

April 3, 2018

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By Taylor Cameron Did you know it takes 1,000 years for plastic to degrade when thrown in a landfill? Kim Pinnelli provided these and other stats in her report posted to creditdonkey.com. Just around 20 percent of the pla...

No money down ninja

April 3, 2018

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By Jon Echeverria Usually when embarking on a college career there are certain expected norms that come with the life-style. Textbooks, lectures, deadlines, exams , an overwhelming sense of dread as those deadlines and exams draw c...

Panther roars

February 19, 2018

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By Angel Ruelas Calumet reviewer Kendrick Lamar and other big name artists go back to their African roots and bring back booming, tribal drums and voices that are filled with pride, hope, and soul. “Black Panther,” by Kendr...

Park Avenue gets wider and Houser gets a roundabout

February 16, 2018

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  By Taylor Cameron Muscatine has been awarded a grant to help upgrade some roads and provide a new roundabout. The first project is the reconstruction of Park Avenue. The Iowa Department of Transportation’s $325,000 grant will c...

Anxiety: Is medication for you?

February 15, 2018

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By Mikaela Hoover The most important thing to do when considering whether medication is right for you, is to talk to your doctor. Sometimes you can misdiagnose yourself, and your doctor can help correct that. According to rese...

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