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October 10, 2013

Hapkido Club Brings Ancient Teachings to MCTC

September 16, 2013

By Beck Kilkenny Since its beginning last spring, Hapkido Club has proven itself to be one of the fastest-growing clubs on campus. Club President Calvin Boatwright is among the club’s licensed martial arts instructors along with founder and Stat...

Student Health Clinic

March 28, 2013

There’s a gem not every student knows about, located in the Helland Center; the Student Health Clinic. The idea to bring a clinic to MCTC started in 2008, when students expressed concern in wanting a clinic, according to Studen...

Rough ride for smoothie bar ends

March 12, 2013

Returning MCTC students may have noticed something missing from the cafe in the Helland Center. New students may be wondering why there are blank black panels on the walls there. The cafe recently discontinued their smoothie an...

Getting gritty with Jermaine Davis

March 12, 2013

To the students who attended last Thursday's Student Success Day, it was clear who stole the show. Jermaine Davis's presentation, ‘Finish What You Start’, drew a big crowd to the T-building cafeteria, where students gathere...

Three events, one big day for students

February 7, 2013

  Combining the Student Resource Fair, Job Bank Expo, and Health Fair led to one of the largest on-campus events of the year last Thursday. According to Tara Martinez, Student Life Director, the event’s overall theme was...

President Davis’s ability to lead in question

February 7, 2013

MCTC unions passed votes of No Confidence against MCTC President Philip Davis this winter. Minnesota State College Faculty union, MSCF, voted against President Davis' leadership skills on Dec 18, 2012. The vote prompted MnSC...

Taking a day for MLK and giving back

February 7, 2013

MCTC students, faculty and community members came together for the fifth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Jan. 19. Over one hun dred volunteers showed up to dedicate their time and work at local organizations....

Students proposed as interns for new stadium

February 7, 2013

Three MCTC architectural students helped design the T.Building renovations that began last semester. With work still in progress, the idea to intern students for the new Vikings stadium was built. Eddie Jackson, Pamela Gordon and Chung L...

Review: Freedom has a price

November 9, 2012

From life lived in war, to life lived alone, Marjane Satrapi was an Iranian girl; now a woman. From hiding her guilt in drugs, to understanding western life, Persepolis 2 is no longer a story of a childhood, but a coming of age...

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