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BPA prepares for National Leadership Conference

Tarsa Weikert, Staff Writer

April 16, 2015

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MCC Business Professionals of America (BPA) students who placed between 1st and 5th at the February 22-23 BPA State Leadership Conference in Des Moines won the opportunity to go to Anaheim, Calif., to participate in the BPA National... Read more »

Softball dominates Florida tournament: 12 & 1 overall

Casey Allbee, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015

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As classes came to an end and spring break had begun, the MCC softball team packed their gear onto a massive charter bus on March 13 to make a road trip down to Clermont, Florida to participate in the PFX Athletics softball tournament.... Read more »

Tip-box brings to light unexpected message

Jessica Gomez, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015

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Dr. Rick Boyer sent an email on February 24, claiming to be stating his side of the story regarding the December 10 Calumet article titled “Calumet receives curt call,” which reported the story of Calumet Editor-in-chief... Read more »

Name that MCC face

Casey Allbee, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

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The purpose of this new column is to put names to the faces we see walking around campus, especially staff and faculty who may be new to MCC or who may simply be a mystery to many students on campus. Ben Hungtington, MCC’s Admissions... Read more »

Around and around and a round-a-bout we go

Greg Slonka, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

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Over three months have elapsed since the completion of the first traffic roundabout in the city of Muscatine, an intersection which has elicited its fair share of emotions. Some student drivers have praised the initiative to... Read more »

Letter from the Editor: News investigates the good, the bad and the real

Mary Mason, Editor in Cheif

February 12, 2015

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The purpose and calling of a newspaper is truth. The responsibility of each and every person who calls herself a journalist, whether as a profession or as a student, is to present relevant truth to the reader. It is not the job... Read more »

Foundation to award $300,000

Omar Ocampo, Staff Writer

February 9, 2015

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The MCC Foundation has agreed to award $300,000 to qualifying MCC students in need of financial assistance. The applications for the 2015-2016 Foundation Scholarships are now available and completed applications are due by March... Read more »

Tricky doors in Larson Hall lead to sticky situation

Efrain Agulilar, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

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Several doors handles in Larson Hall are difficult to operate. Room numbers 76 and 77 have handles that get stuck quite often and rather easily, providing a rather sticky situation whenever students try to enter or exit the rooms.... Read more »

MCC freshman places first in national FFA competition

Greg Slonka, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

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MCC Freshman Tyler Koch deserves a big round of applause for his first place finish at the National FFA Environmental and Natural Resource Career Development Event, held at the National FFA Convention and Expo in Louisville, Kentucky,... Read more »

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