City College News

PRIDE hosts “Erasing Hate” Discussion

November 12, 2010

PRIDE, the student organization for the LGBT community, held its first event, “Erasing Hate” last month. The event, organized by Dean Cheryl Saunders and sponsored by the Matthew Shepard Foundation, was coordinated to both...

Ellison promotes health care for students on campus

October 5, 2010

Keith Ellison — who represents Minnesota’s fifth congressional distinct in the U.S. House of Representatives — spoke on the new health care bill in the Whitney Fine Arts Auditorium at MCTC Monday, Sept. 20, just days before...

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September Crime Stats

October 5, 2010

Campus anthropologists study past, present humans

October 5, 2010

Anyone who is currently Liberal Arts major at MCTC has probably wondered what anthropology is, and decided to take an anthropology class to fulfill a degree requirement. Some students although may have passed up taking the class...

Student Veterans of America provides a way for vets to move back into society

October 5, 2010

Of the many clubs and organizations MCTC has to offer, one of the most important is the Student Veterans of America, or SVA, as they refer to it. According to their website the main “vision” of the SVA is to smooth out...

On graduation, retention with college president Davis

October 5, 2010

In a recent interview in his office, Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC), President Phil Davis gave detailed information about retention and graduation rates. President Davis also talked about what he and his...

Annual overview of the MCTC FY 2011 budget

September 9, 2010

Recently, MCTC President Phil Davis adopted a final proposal on the school’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 operating budget with respect to suggestions made by MCTC employees; departments; and the Budget Committee at the All-College...

Campus Crime Report

September 9, 2010

Over the summer of 2010 crime rates at MCTC were relatively low. According to the MCTC Public Safety office’s incident log reports for the months of June and July, three categories of crime stood out among all of the reports...

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