Campus Closed because of snowstorm!
We will be meeting in the PLAZA of the T Building at 10am! Our buses will be leaving at 10:30am! Questions? Find Me!! ( Angelica Leonard) MCTC Student Senate is sponsering the free bus transportation. We DO have handicap accessability for those who need it.
Three students have proposed a new club to the Student Senate that has grown out of the Western Clinical Herbalism program. The Herbal Enrichment for Restoring Balance, or H.E.R.B. Club, hopes to teach students how to grow organic gardens, ways of sustainable living, and alternative medical practices.
On January 17, the Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives passed an agenda item on their list of priorities for the first one hundred hours of the new session that directly affects a lot of the students here at MCTC and college students throughout the country.
From the Mansfield room in the capital, junior senator Jim Webb of Virginia delivered the democratic response to the President’s State of the Union Address. The freshman Senator focused on two main concerns of the Democratic Party; the health of the economy and the country’s foreign policy.
On Wednesday, January 31st the T Building skyway hosted the Spring Student Life Club Fair that featured both established student groups and those that are just beginning to attract members.
Beer, chips, nipple slips, and oh yea–football. The circus that is the Super Bowl is again upon us and we’ll no doubt be seeing purple rain, no not the Vikings, but rather Prince. This year’s event will take place Feb. 4 in sizzling Miami. The game features the high-powered offense of the Indianapolis Colts against the stout defense of the Chicago Bears.
MCTC hosted its seventeenth annual birthday tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. at the Basilica of St. Mary’s cathedral on January 16th. The celebration featured a speech by actor Lou Gossett Jr., gospel music performed by James Grear & Company, the Nu Friends Community Choir, Young Hands for Christ and 4 Given, an a cappella youth group.
MCTC – On October 3rd and 4th the annual Nobel Conference was hosted at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota for the 42nd year in a row. Professor Parke Kunkle, as he has almost every year since 1970, attended the conference as an observer, there to soak up the “intellectual surrounding” and encourage students to do the same.
M.C.T.C. kicked off its new biotechnology program this semester. Biotechnology is a science that uses cells and biological molecules for making advances in human and animal health, agriculture and food production, and also manufacturing sustainable environmental management.