The recent death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore from injuries sustained while in police custody can not be ignored. According to Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore City State’s Attorney, police “failed to establish probable cause for Mr. Gray’s arrest, as no crime had been committed [by Gray].” She went on to describe even the arrest itself as illegal.
While police did check on Gray, who was not buckled into a seat in a police wagon, they did not respond to his requests for medical help. He was eventually discovered to be in cardiac arrest and died a week later of spinal injuries.
On March 16, MCTC marked the First Annual Outstanding Educator Event. MCTC honored three teachers, Dr. Taiyon Coleman – English, Kim Munson – Machine Tool Technology, and Linda Russell – Reading. The program, hosted by MCTC Vice President Dr. Gail O’Kane, acknowledged this years recipients as well as past recipients. The three honorees were announced and well-deserved accolades were given. President Mills-Novoa also thanked the teachers and touched on a bit of financial business that showed the importance of good teachers to draw students to MCTC.
“My mom called my school and specifically told the teachers to not allow me to use my left hand,” said Coleman. “If I was caught using my left hand I was punished when I got home.”
The TL;DR is: yes.
The night of April 17, at the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis, MN the MCTC community as well as the general public all attended a night of festivities celebrating the history of black art styles bringing together diverse audiences worldwide.
Rep. Keith Ellison, along with the the Congressional Progressive Caucus he co-chairs, has proposed a plan that will allow all students to finish college debt free. The congressman is co-chair of the caucus.
Nurses graduating this spring will be pinned at a ceremony that dates back to the 1860s. It is based on awards given to the best nurses in graduating classes by Florence Nightingale. The nurses were awarded a Maltese Cross medal. The ceremony is at 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm on May 15, 2015 in the plaza of the T Building (1st floor).
timely warnings of dangers to the campus. Some colleges have received high profile attention in the last year for failing to accurately report crime statistics on campus. Among other requirements, the Act requires college public safety and police departments keep an incident log that lists crimes which occur on campus.