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PTK Inducts Officers for 2018-2019 School Year

By quovadis May 2, 2018

By Alexander Lewis Head Social Media Editor The Phi Theta Kappa honors society inducted new officers for the 2018-19 year, after officer elections, in College Center, Café C on April 23 at 11 a.m. Manager of Career Services and Lead Advisor of the Phi Theta Kappa, Upsilon Gamma chapter, Charlotte Quigley said thanks to the retiring officers. “Please accept my thanks and congratulations,” said Quigley, “You will be in a position to advise and counsel the newly elected officers; your help and guidance is still needed.” The new officers...

Candid Photo Gallery

By Alexander Lewis May 1, 2018

PTK Students Clean Up Beach Photo Courtesy of Alexander Lewis Denim Day at Middlesex County College Photo Courtesy of Alexander Lewis MCC Baseball and Softball Photos Courtesy of Samantha Cheng

The Clothesline Project Comes to Campus to Raise Awareness of Sexual Assault

By quovadis April 25, 2018

Photo Courtesy of Samantha Cheng Social Media & Layout Editor The Clothesline Project came to MCC on April 16, where survivors and supporters write messages on T-Shirts which were hung in the College Center.

MCC Gospel Choir to Have Spring Concert in May

By quovadis April 23, 2018

By Tia Taylor Staff Writer MCC Community Gospel Choir will be performing a spring concert event, hosted by Denise Crawford, at the Performing Arts Center on May 5 at 6 p.m. The show has free admission. Crawford said, “Our mission is to use gospel music as a mechanism to inspire and enlighten people about the power of faith and encourage people to find a positive outlook on life.” “We are a passionate, innovative, multi-faith choir committed to...

Blue Colts End Four-Game Losing Streak Against Camden Community College

By quovadis April 23, 2018

By Matthew Thornton Staff Writer Middlesex Blue Colts baseball team ended their four-game losing streak in a home game against Camden County College with a 21-7 win on April 14. The Blue Colts came out sluggish at the start of the match failing to hit a home run over the course of three innings. The lack of scoring has been the Colts main issue over the course of this season. In two of their four losses, the...

Holocaust Survivor “Erwin Ganz” Visits MCC

By quovadis April 11, 2018

By Claudia Ugbana Staff Writer Holocaust and Human Rights Center at MCC will be hosting “Enduring Kristallnacht in Nazi Germany and Thriving in America: A Story of Survival and Immigration,” event in the Parkview Room located in West Hall on April 12 at 2 p.m. According to the flier for the event, Holocaust survivor Erwin Ganz will present his story of growing up in Nazi Germany during the rise of antisemitism and witnessing the violence and destruction...

Kogaracon Features Voice Actors From Yu-Gi-Oh! and Pokemon

By quovadis April 11, 2018

Alexander Lewis, Jasmine Montes and Harsh Godhani Head Social Media Editor and Staff Writers The Index will host the Kogaracon anime convention in the College Center April 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Kogaracon event organizer, Jaren Haskins, said the event will be free, family-friendly and open to the public, like last year’s Kogaracon and Kogarafest. The dress code for the convention is family-friendly: cloth must extend at least one inch above the nipple and below/to...

MCC Counseling Services Department Hosts Relaxation and Meditation Workshop

By quovadis March 29, 2018

By Claire Lacy Lifestyle & Culture Editor MCC Counseling Services Department will be hosting a relaxation and meditation workshop in Edison Hall, room 100 on Monday, April 2 at 11 a.m. “Students will develop an understanding of the impact of the stress response and practice effective coping skills for reducing stress” the MCC Department of Counseling Services webpage describes the “Relaxation & Meditation” workshop. According to Dena Nunez, Counseling Services assistant at MCC, Jason Holmwood, a counselor at MCC, will be facilitating the workshop. For any questions about the upcoming “Relaxation...

Taubenslag’s Theater Camp Helps Theater Enthusiasts

By quovadis March 23, 2018

By Kayla Lombardo Staff Writer Taubenslag’s Theater camp at MCC is being held in the Performing Arts Center’s Main Stage and begins on June 25 and ends Aug. 17. According to Taubenslag’s website, it is intended for children entering 1st grade up to 16 years old. Children will be learning about the different aspects of musical theater while building their self-esteem and confidence through different activities, such as swimming, scavenger hunts, relay races and much more. You...