Tag «Longview»

Student Art Gallery Sneak Peek

The MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center is now showcasing students’ artwork.  The Gallery days and hours are:  Thursday-Saturday 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. and Monday-Wednesday 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Here is a sneak peek of the variety of artwork displayed!

Imagination Longview

The 5th Annual Imagination Longview: An Interactive Gallery of Student Projects showcased students’ work today, in the Mel Aytes Education Center. Mary McMullen-Light and the Writing Across the Curriculum Program hosted the event. Students shared the individual or group projects they completed and what class it was for. This is a great opportunity for peers …

Sixteen MCC-Longview Students Finish Garmin Marathon

On Saturday, April 21, 16 MCC-Longview students finished the Garmin Marathon in Olathe, Kan. Seven of the 16 ran the full marathon and nine ran the half marathon. These students trained in the course Marathon Training, taught by John.O’Connell and Jim McGraw. “As an instructor it is very rewarding to see the students get to …

Woo Hoo Day

Celebrate the last day of classes this Wednesday with free food and activities! For more information, contact Kim Prosak at Kimberly.Prosak@mcckc.edu.

Join MCC-Longview’s Community Choir

Join MCC-Longview’s Community Choir! This will be a great opportunity to perform, meet new people and share a love of music! For more information, contact Kelling Collings at 816-260-3971 or Diana Grahn at 816-604-2529.

Lakers Make Push for Post-Season Play

MCC-Longview Lakers are going out with a bang for this year’s season. After being 5-14 in March, the Lakers have turned it around and are now 14-2 for April. This past month has given the Lakers the opportunity to shine and show other schools what they can accomplish. “All the opponents are tough because we …

Chancellor Town Hall Meeting

Chancellor James conducted a Town Hall meeting today from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the Mel Aytes Education Center at MCC-Longview. Open-floor discussions ranged from budgets to community college trends.  

MCC-Longview’s Kappa Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Wins Big

MCC-Longview’s Kappa Tau chapter of Phi Theta Kappa won a number of major awards and had three chapter members elected as regional officers – a first for a chapter in the state – at their regional conference. They also won top awards at their national convention for their college project and their overall work as …