Student-Run Since '51

Student Senate honors itself

Mary Mason, Editor in Cheif

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014

MCC sophomore Christy Adams jokingly says she has been taking classes on campus long enough to be considered a senior. Yet even she has little to no understanding about how the Student of the Month awards works. Adams was surprised... Read more »

“Fire is catching! And if we burn, you burn with us!”

Mary Mason, Editor in Cheif

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014, Old Stories

I am having a difficult time writing this review, as I am sitting at my desk, listening to “The Hanging Tree” sung by Jennifer Lawrence on repeat while trying to schedule when exactly I will get to go see "Mockingjay" again. "The... Read more »

GeoJohnz mostly a go for Joe

Joseph Kelly, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014, Old Stories

GeoJohnz, located at 203 East Second Street, is just over a year old, but the owner has been making one of my favorite foods for much longer than that. George Zaimes had been the owner of Hawkeye Pizza and Steak House in West... Read more »

Ask Cal

Cal, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under Dear Cal, December 10, 2014, Old Stories

Cal, Calumet staff, “Soda Starved in Strahan,” and fellow students of MCC would like to send out a special thank you to the Diet Coke gods who have restocked the machines in Strahan Hall. Dear Cal, Yes, there is a girl... Read more »

Turkey served with a side of insult

Kayla Benefiel, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014, Old Stories

“No you can’t have any of the leftovers from Thanksgiving dinner. We are taking them all home,” I said. “Yes I will, Bitch,” said a family friend named Susan, who happened to be 65 years old. I was only joking. Ten... Read more »

“Eat the ham. Skip the turkey.”

Jessica Gomez, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014, Old Stories

It was the day before Thanksgiving, so I figured I should probably get started on that seven-layer salad my grandma asked me to bring to the dinner tomorrow. I assumed it wasn’t something I could nuke in the microwave 15 minutes... Read more »

Fowler flying west this winter: biology professor Jana Fowler resigns and will to move to Oregon

Greg Slonka, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014, Old Stories

As many of her current students are aware, Biology professor Jana Fowler will be moving to Oregon during the MCC Winterim break. Fowler, along with her husband Wes, is very “excited about the opportunities in Oregon” as the... Read more »

The Wild Things are on the Move

Brandy Dillion, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014, Old Stories

Sharon Wilson, owner of the Candle Shed Effect, located on 124 West Second Street in Muscatine, is now also the new proud owner of Wild Things, an antique store that shares 500 square feet with the Junk Asylum, located on 122... Read more »

Senate requires attendance

Jessica Gomez, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

Filed under December 10, 2014

The MCC Student Senate is reminding all clubs and organizations that one of the requirements for a club/organization to receive funding from the senate is to attend Student Senate meetings every Thursday. Because attendance is... Read more »

Student-Run Since '51
December 10, 2014