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Republicans club revived

Kayla Benefiel, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015

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The College Republicans club is being revived on MCC’s campus. Jim Elias and Jody Beltran are the co-advisers for this organization. Jody Beltran, Disability Resources and Tutoring Coordinator, decided to become the co-adviser... Read more »

MCC to host “Horizons of Challenge and Change” academic conference

Mary Mason, Editor in Cheif

April 2, 2015

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A common occurrence at prestigious four year universities is being given a chance to flourish on the MCC campus. MCC English Instructor Ruby Nancy has issued a call for proposal to the MCC campus for anyone willing to present... Read more »

Disabled students have a long walk to the bathroom

Emilee Marler, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015

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MCC sophomore Isaac Mcgourty is a typical student. He participates in All Kinds of People (AKOP), has a strong group of friends, likes Yugioh cards, and has generally enjoyed his time in college since he started his first semester... Read more »

MCC students sign up for electives in record numbers

Tarsa Weikert, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015

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Harry Potter nerds need look no further! MCC has a class dedicated to Harry Potter. Students can earn three credit hours discussing their favorite books and movies for a full semester. MCC campus has seen a greater variety of... Read more »

Tera Hollingsworth takes Student of the Month

Paige Wieland, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015

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Each month of the school year, the MCC Student Senate selects an individual for Student of the Month. What is Student of the Month? Student of the Month is an award designed to recognize hard working students on campus. The requirements... Read more »

For the record: MCC has no classtime recording policy

Josh Montoya, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015

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Many MCC students are confused as to the college policy on classroom recordings, or if one even exists. For many of these students taking notes is an easy task to accomplish in class, but for others who are not as speedy, or do... Read more »

MCC Students exploring teaching

Jacqueline Griggs, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

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It is only during the Spring semester at MCC where students get the opportunity to take a three-credit elective course called "Exploring Teaching," taught by Dr. Jeff Kaufmann. Students are to observe at least two different teachers... Read more »

Local favorite opens again

Emilee Marler, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

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They're Back! Tee's Ice Cream officially opened again for its 13th season on February 9. Tee's was voted "Best Ice Cream" in Muscatine by the Muscatine Journal for 2013 and 2014. Not only can customers enjoy delicious ice cream,... Read more »

Calumet writers go behind the scenes of a “Dark campus leaves students uneasy”

Casey Allbee and Paige Wieland, Staff Writer's

February 12, 2015

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PART 1 A dark campus at night may make some students feel nervous, but some students and faculty members were left feeling uneasy after reading the article from the December 10 issue of the Calumet “Dark campus leaves students... Read more »

Student Press Law Center executive director explains college media and the First Amendment

Frank D. LoMonte

February 12, 2015

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I asked Frank D. LoMonte, Executive Director of the Student Press Law Center (SPLC), to write an op-ed in response to an established pattern of criticism toward Calumet journalists arising from the perception that a newspaper... Read more »

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