What does "Quo Vadis" mean? From the Latin language, the saying translates to: "Where are you going?" Middlesex County College, similar to most two-year schools in the nation, serves as a new beginning for students fresh out of high school and those returning after serving time in the military, the workforce, or at home with their families. Even upon graduation, though, MCC is never the end. It may serve as a bridge, from high school to a four-year university, from a job to a career, from one life to another. Being that MCC's campus is diverse and ever-evolving, the question of "Quo Vadis/Where are you going?" produces thousands of separate answers, distinct to each of the college's 12,800+ population of students. Quo Vadis, the official newspaper of Middlesex County College, serves to put a well-deserved spotlight on these answers: on the lives of the students, the faculty and staff that works alongside them in classrooms and hallways, and the community the College serves as a whole.
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