Have you ever looked up after walking into the Campus Center? If so, have you noticed the 30 flags hung in the hallway? These flags represent MCC-Longview students from around the world. On Friday, May 11 another flag joined the group. Samuelu (Sam) Aina presented Dr. Grogan with the American Samoa flag. “This represents such […]
Choose from a variety of student-made pots to RAKU fire. This public event will be in the MCC-Longview Language Arts Building Room 103, on Saturday, May 5 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. All proceeds will be donated to Harvesters; the cost will vary depending on the size of the pot, and will be between $3.00-$10.00. RAKU […]
Independence is the home of many “blues,” including Little Blue Trace, Little Blue Creek, and MCC-Blue River. Now add another to that list, inspired in part by the MCC-Blue River campus moniker. The brand new elementary school has been officially named “Little Blue.” It is situated right next door to MCC-Blue River, and while the drywall goes […]
MCC-Maple Woods art students have had a lot to be proud of this semester, from an excellent juried art show to serving a Kansas City community. The students’ artistic experiments and endeavors culminated in a showing at the Glass of Milk Cake Company in the Northland. The students’ creations were based on the bakery’s signature […]
Many students, faculty and staff had a day to be proud of at the 2012 MCC-Blue River awards banquet. In particular, Blue River’s Marcus Walker excelled as a student and is an incredible human being, according to Sociology instructor Cynthia Tooley, so it was no surprise to find out that his mother cared about school […]
This summer, Missourians (ages 17-23) will have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in the State Parks Youth Corp. This program will challenge participants to “Think Outside” by accomplishing interesting projects that help preserve and enhance Missouri’s state park system. The program teaches leadership skills and supports an appreciation for the environment and “green” […]
Elect Student Government Elections are being held today in the Campus Center Student Union on the first floor. The elections will be from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 5 p.m.-7 p.m. For more information contact Keet Kopecky at 604-2353 or Keet.Kopecky@MCCKC.edu. Recruit Talk with a recruiter and learn about the many ways you can plan an […]
A representative from the University of Central Missouri will be on campus today, in the Advising Office, from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. For more information, contact Sandee Woods at 816-604-2002.
Three MCC-Maple Woods students got a taste of higher education’s ubiquitous conference format at the Inaugural Student Research Conference, hosted by the English department. Nate Cassube and Gaby Robinson, each of who presented papers on the need for broad change in the education system based on the concepts of Brazilian educator Paulo Freire, and Ryan Trickey, […]
MCC-Maple Woods students participated in the 2nd Annual Speeches of Service week, sharing with fellow students, faculty and staff their experiences volunteering with local community organizations and charities. Many large organizations, like Habitat for Humanity and Synergy Services, were covered, along with lesser known organizations like Kansas City Ferret Rescue.