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Students Elect New SGA Officers

By Harsh Godhani May 1, 2018

By Harsh Godhani Staff Writer The MCC student life advisors announced the winners of each position for the fall 2018 – spring 2019 Student Government Association on April 20. Following a 2-day election period, students of MCC elected Saja Meqdad as student body president with Naomie Popo as her vice president. Jonathan Montano was elected as treasurer and Bonnie Frazilus for secretary as both ran unopposed.   The election for president was staunchly contested between two dominant...

Philosophy Club Hosts Symposium

By Harsh Godhani May 1, 2018

Philosophy Club President Alexander Lewis speaks the ‘The Contagion of Ideas’ symposium student panel in College Center, Room 334 on April 19 at 11:45 a.m.

Quo Vadis Staff Wins Awards

By Alexander Lewis April 24, 2018

By Alexander Lewis & Harsh Godhani Head Social Media Editor and Staff Writer Quo Vadis staff members accepted multiple awards from the New Jersey Press Foundation in the 2017-18 College Newspaper Contest at the Courtyard Marriot in Cranbury, New Jersey on April 14 at 10 a.m. Second-year Liberal Arts General major, Cailee Oliver, won 1st place for Sports Writing for her stories “MCC Visits the Harlem Globetrotters” and “MCC Sophomore Honored as Woman of the Year.” Third-year...

A Holocaust Survivor Talks About Kristallnacht

By Alexander Lewis April 24, 2018

By Alexander Lewis Head Social Media Editor The Holocaust and Human Rights Center at MCC in partnership with the Genocide & Human Rights Awareness Club and the New Jersey Council for the Humanities hosted Holocaust survivor, Erwin Ganz, who told his story of the violence and destruction of Kristallnacht – The Night of Broken Glass, in the West Hall Parkview Room on April 12 at 2 p.m. According to a flier for the event, Kristallnacht saw almost...

Investors Foundation Supports MCC

By Harsh Godhani April 18, 2018

Investors Foundation continues its loyal support of Middlesex County College students with a Mission Partner donation for 2018. Pictured from left are Dee Abedraboh, vice president/retail district manager, Investors Bank; Joann La Perla-Morales, president of Middlesex County College;  DeAngelina Inman, assistant vice president/branch manager, Investors Bank; and Veronica Clinton, executive director of the MCC Foundation.

MCC Dance Ensemble Prepares for “Props to Dance” Spring Dance Concert

By Harsh Godhani April 18, 2018

By Samantha Casano Managing Editor The Middlesex County College Dance Ensemble will present its 17th annual spring dance concert, “Props to Dance,” in the Performing Arts Center of MCC’s Edison campus on Saturday, April 28 at 7 p.m.and Sunday, April 29 at 2 p.m. MCC Dance Ensemble Artistic Director, Aimee Mitacchione, professional choreographer Alicia Giglio, and MCC students and alumni, Laura Buongiovanni, Michael Corl, Tabitha Edwards, Madison Faustini, Kayelynn Gonzalez, Renee Henderson, Tyron Howard, Kelli Kranick, Alexander Lopez, Nikola...

Student Government Association Candidates Face Off in Debate

By Alexander Lewis April 10, 2018

By Alexander Lewis Head Social Media Editor The Student Life Office will be holding a debate where the College population can meet the candidates running for positions in the Student Government Association for the 2018-2019 school year in the College Center Corral restaurant on Thursday, April 12 from noon to 1:30 p.m. According to flier for the elections, the SGA elections will take place in the College Center Lobby on April 18 and 19 from 10 a.m....

Philosophy Symposium Features Student Panel

By Harsh Godhani April 10, 2018

By Alexander Lewis & Harsh Godhani Head Social Media Editor and Staff Writer The MCC Philosophy program, with the help of the Philosophy Club, will host the first-ever Community Colleges of New Jersey Philosophy Symposium (CCNJPS), which will feature a student panel, “Discovering Philosophy” in the College Center Art Gallery or Room 334 on April 19 from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. According to the official itinerary of the event, the panel will feature “It’s in the...

MCC Offers New Program for Sustainability Sciences

By quovadis April 10, 2018

By Kayla Lombardo Staff Writer MCC will be offering a new program for Sustainability Sciences in Fall of 2018. There are already two courses developed around environmental science at the college, according to the College’s website. According to the website, Parag Muley, of the Natural Sciences Department, said, “This field is a critical one for the planet.” The program will not officially start until the fall, but students are already taking a new course that the college...

Middlesex County College Celebrates Women Veterans

By Harsh Godhani March 27, 2018

By Alexander Lewis and Harsh Godhani Head Social Media Editor and Campus & Community Editor Veteran Services and the Student Life office co-host a documentary film, “Served Like A Girl,” in the College Center Corral Restaurant on March 19 at 11 a.m. for Women’s History Month. The film shows several female veterans compete in the annual Ms. Veteran America Competition, giving viewers their emotional backstories and a glimpse of the hardships that women in service face upon...