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Middlesex County College Informs Students about Classes Being Canceled

By Quo Vadis March 13, 2020

By Luke Lombardi, Staff Writer   Middlesex County College informed students about classes being canceled and moved online due to the pandemic known as coronavirus (COVID-19) through MCC alerts on Mar. 12, due to concerns about the virus spreading to students and staff. According to the statement, classes are canceled until Mar. 17. After that, the classes will go online until Mar. 27. At that time, the college will reassess. All campus activities previously scheduled are canceled...

College Invites Adjuncts to Faculty Day

By Madison Bara February 26, 2020

By Madison Bara, Section Editor The Council for Adjunct Faculty Development is hosting an Adjunct Faculty Development Day in West Hall, Parkview Room on March 7 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. to teach adjunct professors new strategies and ideas that will help them in the classroom.  Caroline Marchitto, chair of the Council for Adjunct Faculty Development, said, “It will be an interactive session which will allow adjuncts to share effective teaching techniques with each other.”  According...

Submission Deadline for “Disappearing Acts” Art Contest Nears

By Madison Bara February 19, 2020

By Gabrielle Ignotis, Copy Editor The Middlesex County College library encourages students, faculty and staff to submit to the “Disappearing Acts” art contest at the MCC library by Feb. 28, to inspire creativity and environmental awareness.  According to, the contest requires applicants to form a creative depiction of an endangered species using any medium or materials.  The Library Services Director Marilyn Ochoa said that these materials must be recycled or reused.   Ochoa said, “We, [the library...

Super Smash Brothers Club (Smash Club) is Hosting Free Tournaments

By Quo Vadis February 12, 2020

By Andrew Lin & Anish Patel   The Super Smash Brothers Club (Smash Club) is hosting free tournaments for the popular fighting series game, Super Smash Bros., every Thursday in the College Center. Smash Club meets in College Center room 319 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. President of the Smash Club, Ari Gottesman said he has seen the club grow from informal gatherings to scheduled and established meetings with over 60 members....

Phi Theta Kappa Invites New Members

By Quo Vadis February 12, 2020

By Gabrielle Ignotis Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) international honor society emailed membership invitations for MCC students last month to honor high achieving students. Charlotte Quigley, the adviser of the PTK chapter at MCC, said the scholarship opportunities PTK offers are huge.  To be considered for membership, students must have a declared major, have completed at least 12 credits towards their major and attained a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, Quigley said. She also said students are...

Blue Colt Athletics Fundraise for Breast Cancer

By Julia Block February 5, 2020

By Julia Block, Copy Editor Middlesex County College hosted a Pink Out at the men’s and women’s basketball games on Thursday, Jan. 23, in the main gym in the Physical Education Center to help spread cancer awareness. Derrick Johnson, the director of the Athletics and Recreation department, said that the event is organized by the athletics and nursing departments to raise funds for chemotherapy for local cancer patients. Ibn Lynn, one of the men’s basketball players at...