City College News

Public Safety teams up with Green Dot

April 17, 2015

By Willie Day Contributor MCTC Public Safety has teamed up with Green Dot, a nation and campuswide movement to educate and engage citizens to end Personal-Power-Based Violence (PBPV). MCTC’s Public Safety employs seven full-...

Ex-offenders have resources at MCTC

April 17, 2015

By Willie Day Contributor Ex-offenders face a myriad of challenges reintegrating into society after their release from penal institutions. Employment and housing are major issues they have to resolve to move on with their...

New resource director breaking barriers

March 25, 2015

By Alison Bergblom Johnson/[email protected] Editor-in-Chief Like many of the students served by the Resource Center, Director of Resource and Referral Said Mohamed has faced barriers. “I am an immigrant myself,” he said...

John Plomondon uses musical skills to complement teaching skills

March 3, 2015

By Kassidy Curry/[email protected] Arts Editor MCTC professor John Plomondon claims that his past and present experience with music has provided him skills to improve his teaching ability. The first instrument he played was his grandmother...

Three-Legged Frog promotes environmental awareness and advocacy

February 9, 2015

By Aaron Rose Contributor A group of MCTC students in 2004 were inspired to create a club to promote awareness and activism of environmental issues ranging from the United State’s growing petroleum dependency to pesticides...

The Student News Site of Minneapolis Community and Technical College