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Osman’s presidential run guarantees campus election

March 28, 2013

Community Development club representative Alan Bay nominated Director of Technology Sam Osman for the next Student Senate President on May 6, 2013. Osman’s entry into the Senate presidential race mandates a campus-wid...

All together now!

March 26, 2013

The second annual Volunteer and Community Involvement Fair occured last week in the T-building skyway. Hosted by the Career Services department and Interim Work-Based Learning Coordinator Sue Kraus, the event included 26 organizat...

Cellular signals get a boost in Helland Center

March 26, 2013

WINCOM Inc. will be installing a wireless antenna booster system in the Helland Center over spring break, which begins March 18 and ends March 23. The project will cost $17,380, and the funding will be provided from the Student ...

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

March 26, 2013

“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

  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

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

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

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

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