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Faculty union puts committee appointments on ice ‘until President Davis steps down’

March 26, 2013

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“Until President Davis steps down, we are all frozen,” MSCF local chapter president Barbara Hager declared in a message to union members, following a MCTC Governance Council meeting on Feb. 27. MCSF, which stands for ...

Disorderly conduct tops rap sheet

March 12, 2013

Filed under Campus, Crime, News

  In the last two weeks, there were 14 security-related incidents reported to the MCTC Public Safety Office. The majority occurred in the cafeteria area. Major issues of concern for students are two accidents, two theft...

Rough ride for smoothie bar ends

March 12, 2013

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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...

Hatle first to enter presidential fray

March 11, 2013

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Matthew Hatle has declared his intention to run for Student Senate president, becoming the first to toss his hat into the ring and raising the possibility of a much anticipated but infrequently seen campus-wide contest. “...

Smiling Through tears: Dance party aims to end violence against women

March 11, 2013

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As a part of the One Billion Rising campaign to end violence against women, Sisters for Social Justice (SSJ) held a flash mob dance party on Valentine’s Day in the T-building skyway. The campaign commemorates the 15th annual V...

A global eye-opening

A global eye-opening

February 4, 2013

Emergency hire halts reduced library schedule

November 19, 2012

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After just one week of a reduced schedule, library staff and college administrators reached an agreement to restore MCTC’s library’s original hours of operation. The problem had stemmed from a staffing shortage, exacerbat...

New email inbox collects Higher One comments

November 9, 2012

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For students struggling with MCTC’s financial aid disbursement services, the business office has created a new path of communication. A personal help service email regarding Higher One and the MCTC choice card now available...

Staff shortage to cut library schedule

October 29, 2012

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The library at MCTC was poised last week to reduce its hours beginning Oct. 22, short of a negotiation breakthrough between library staff and college administrators. According to library staff member Jennifer Sippel, the schedule change stems from a sta...

Obama reignites support as comeback kid in second debate

October 28, 2012

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Students watched the second presidential debate on campus as part of the “Debate Watch” program at MCTC. The Oct. 16 debate was in town hall format, where audience members asked the candidates questions about a wide range of issues. Question topics ranged from gas prices to ...

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