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Throwback Thursday: Colored Museum Exhibition

Throwback Thursday: Colored Museum Exhibition

Priscille Diwa
February 24, 2017
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Black History Month is coming to an end, and usually it is focused on the brave people who took a stand for social justice and imprinted their names in history. However, there are times when the limelight focuses on someone different. On February 9th, 1988, Bart Lancelotti wrote an article called, "Colored...

Throwback Thursday: Spring Break Suggestions

Throwback Thursday: Spring Break Suggestions

Priscille Diwa
February 16, 2017
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Man, has our world changed. Not only in what we see today on the news but also where students have thought of spending their spring break. I've always thought that college students went to wild and exotic places for spring breaks such as Cancun, Panama City Beach, and Miami. However, that has not always...

Throwback Thursday: The People Have Decided

Throwback Thursday: The People Have Decided

Madison Aument
November 10, 2016
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  After the end of this long election season, America must now reflect on it's candidates and the people who will take office in January. Both presidential candidates took insurmountable amounts of criticism, but strong criticism of politicians is not new. In the article below, written...

Throwback Thursday: What’s So Great about Montgomery College? What’s Not So Great about Montgomery College?

Throwback Thursday: What’s So Great about Montgomery College? What’s Not So Great about Montgomery College?

Sara Monterroso
October 6, 2016
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What's not so great about Montogmery College? By Eric Copper Montgomery College is anything but a great learning environment. Faculty at Montgomery College is in need of reform. The students attend MC to get an education, however they get nothing but frustration,complication and a lower sel...

Throwback Thursday: An Interview with Clint Eastwood

Throwback Thursday: An Interview with Clint Eastwood

Sara Monterroso
September 22, 2016
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Midnight in the Garden of Evil is produced and directed by Clint Eastwood. This film is an adaptation of John Berend's best-selling novel about a murder trial which takes place in Savannah, Georgia. The film stars Kevin Spacey and John Cusack. This is Eastwood's twentieth film as a director, following ...

Throwback Thursday:Does Working Kill Your GPA?

Throwback Thursday:Does Working Kill Your GPA?

Sara Monterroso
September 15, 2016
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As one of the many students working part-time and putting themselves through school, it's almost comforting to hear that even back in 1987 that students at MC faced the same tribulations as present day students. Politicians today have addressed the minimizing of college tuition rates and even maki...

Throwback Thursday: Horrific!!! The Terrorist Attack on America

Throwback Thursday: Horrific!!! The Terrorist Attack on America

September 12, 2016
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Yesterday, our nation grieved for lives that were lost 15 years ago on September 11th. Recounting that tragic day 15 years ago, when I was just a mere child at 4 years old, all I can remember was panic. I was in school that day and the school was put on lockdown or better known as "Code Red" when the ne...

Throwback Thursday: Men’s Smoker Success

Throwback Thursday: Men’s Smoker Success

April 7, 2016
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Student Life organizes trips to the museums or educational etiquette dinner or dodgeball tournaments, but in 1951 smoking cigars, watching a wrestling demonstration and playing cards was an activity of choice that MC hosted. The first annual Men's Smoker was held in the M.J.C. Cafeteria on Tuesday, Febr...

Throwback Thursday: Students Speak Out on Cafeteria Service

Throwback Thursday: Students Speak Out on Cafeteria Service

March 31, 2016
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  By Alicia Knight A crowd gathers here at midday, Monday through Friday, filing past the counters of sandwiches, soups, salads and steam tables filled with hot entrees of the day. Some stop only for the soft drinks and coffee, while others wander about with trays laden with food. Adter mak...

Throwback Thursday: Phi Theta Kappa May Come Here This Semester

Throwback Thursday: Phi Theta Kappa May Come Here This Semester

March 17, 2016
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A chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is being considered for Montgomery Junior College. It is expected to be passed in the Faculty meeting this Friday and then the Phi Thetas will have to give their permission. The Phi Theta Kappa is an honorary schloastic society for Junior Colleges whose members must be i...

Throwback Thursday: Weekend shut-down–Letter to the Editor

Throwback Thursday: Weekend shut-down–Letter to the Editor

February 18, 2016
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March 20, 1972 As most any Montgomery College student can tell you, the biggest deficit of student life at M.C. is -a lack of any form of social life. While it is true that the main function of college is growth through education, social growth is also unmistakably necessary for the total growth of...

Throwback Thursday: Hobson Speaks

Throwback Thursday: Hobson Speaks

February 11, 2016
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  March 20, 1972 Julius Hobson, former member of the DC School Board, treated about 100 students to "Hobson agitation and propaganda" on the situation of the US machine in relation to education last Monday during the Spring Speaker Series. Mr. Hobson was the third such speaker sponsored by P...

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