MCC in the News: Standout player brings skills to U.S., Blue River

Brazilian-born soccer player Paulo Novo had an outstanding first season as a player for MCC-Blue River’s Trail Blazers men’s soccer team. Novo scored in every single match of the season, leading all NJCAA Division I players with 32 goals and 70 points. He had nine multi-goal games, including an MCC-Blue River record-setting seven-score game against Wentworth Military Academy. The Independence Examiner reported the details …

MCC-Longview Celebrates the Silent Film Era

Share in the nostalgia as MCC-Longview revisits the golden age of cinema at the second annual “Silents Night,” an evening of silent film comedy shorts, on Friday, Nov. 16. Doors to the Cultural Arts Center open at 6 p.m. The films will be shown at 7 p.m., but the fun begins earlier! Be on the …

Students experience One Homeless Day at MCC-Blue River

To better understand the plight of the homeless who live among us, a group of MCC-Blue River students recently spent a day living as homeless people might live. One Homeless Day event raises awareness of the growing issue of youth homelessness in our area. The event is planned in conjunction with Synergy Services, a nonprofit agency that serves homeless and …

Experience World Cultures at MCC-Maple Woods

MCC-Maple Woods would like to invite you to stop by the Student Center any day next week between 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., where you’ll have an opportunity to experience a different culture you might not know much about. The following days will feature snacks and info about four different cultures: Monday: Kurdish Tuesday: Sudanese …

MCC-Maple Woods student vet embraces entrepreneurship

Five years ago, Trisha Hartman began a project that has since turned into her passion – making molded soaps in her home and selling the results of her hobby to friends and church members. Today, she has steered her hobby into a successful local business, and plans to continue to grow it through the business …