Each semester MCTC students are bombarded with the rising rate of class credits, but it’s the cost of textbooks that are garnering concerns amongst students as they head to class this spring.
Do you want to apply for a scholarship? Or maybe you plan on transferring to another educational institution? Or maybe, who knows, have your academic achievements hanging on your wall!? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you will likely need an official transcript from MCTC.
Taking the elevator for only one floor is a microcosm of everything that is wrong with America.
A new club on campus has been causing quite a stir amongst students. Disclaimer: All events in this story are fictitious, City College News does not support fascism!
City College News Opinion Editor lets us dig through his mind in this weeks column.
President Bush recently made clear that he is “the decision-maker,” assuring us that it’s his way or the highway. But is it really? Two students go head-to-head weighing in on this topic.
Christopher KoehlerStaff WriterFreedom From the PressThe Pentagon has set up a “rapid response team” to analyze and address stories in the media critical of Donald Rumsfeld and the war in Iraq (no mention on what they’ll do to those critical of the president or the war in Afghanistan).
A small and peaceful coffee house is located on Hennepin Avenue just half a block from Minneapolis Community and Technical College, an institution that prides itself on accepting and acclimating to peoples of all abilities, ethnicities, and walks of life.
An article appeared recently in The Nation magazine that was chilling enough to raise the hairs on the back of ones neck, and send a dire shiver down the spine. Kathryn Joyce writes about evangelism, and I must pay my respect for her lack of bias, in an article called, “The Quiverfull Conviction.”