Before the spring semester slips into summer vacation, the MCC-Maple Woods Computer Club is inviting everyone on campus to share in a Memorial Day ceremony honoring veterans, current service members and first responders from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. May 2 in the Campus Center Arbor Room. This event is free and open to the […]
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The early onset of warm weather has made setting the annual garden easier, and the abundant rain has prepped the ground nicely – all that’s needed are the plants! The MCC-Maple Woods Environmental Club has that covered – members will be selling seedlings of various veggies and flowers from 9 a.m. – noon outside the […]
Summer and Fall enrollment for classes at MCC begin today. For more information about how to enroll or steps to take, click here, or visit an academic advisor at any of our MCC campuses.
April 23 is World Book Night, and the Longview Campus Library will be celebrating this event with displays, and a drawing on the 23rd for 20 copies of Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card. Students, stop by the circulation desk of the Longview Library to register for this drawing and to help us celebrate National School […]
Learn what Kansas City employers are looking for in potential workers and how to use your education, training and resume to your advantage. MCC-Maple Woods will host a panel of local employers from 12-1 p.m. April 18 in the Campus Center Arbor Room. This event is free and open to the public. The following employers […]
Dunn is truly a household name around Kansas City, and not just because of the family’s very successful construction business. The family is also known for being immersed in civic and cultural causes, consistently giving back to the community that they have called home for generations. When the Dunn family was honored at last week’s […]
Hiking and biking enthusiasts near MCC-Maple Woods have a shiny new pathway linking the campus with nearby Happy Rock Park in Gladstone, Mo. The new one-mile extension is part of the Shoal Creek Trail System, and passes though a scenic ravine between the campus and the public park. A bridge has also been built across […]
CRJU 165 Criminology Enrollment # 20548 HIST 199A African American History Enrollment # 20549 Thursday, April 26, 2012 – Sunday, April 29, 2012 ITINERARY Memphis, TN: National Civil Rights Museum Birmingham, AL: Civil Rights Institute 16th Street Baptist Church Kelly Ingram Park Tuscaloosa, AL: Murphy African-American Museum, Murphy –Collins House Old Prewitt Slave Cemetery Battle-Friedman […]
Life as seen through the eyes of a middle-schooler might be considered tumultuous, frenetic, confusing in the gap between childhood and the uncertainty of adolescence on the horizon. But it is also colorful, full of light, simple and complex, eloquent at times. Students from the Scuola Vita Nuova Charter School in northeast Kansas City recently […]
Mary Northrup, reference librarian at MCC-Maple Woods, recently published and index of picture books. “Picture Books for Children: Fiction, Folktales and Poetry” is designed to be a tool for librarians, daycare providers, elementary school teachers and parents who work with young children. Reading is extremely important in the development of children, and Northrup’s book catalogs […]