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Montgomery College Science West Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Montgomery College Science West Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Sara Monterroso

February 20, 2017


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  Montgomery College has made another milestone in construction with the grand opening of Science Center West. The 68,300 square feet building includes computer labs, a 100 seat, tiered lecture hall, a math emporium, eight classrooms, and ten math labs. It also includes open study/group study...

Current State of Parking Garage

Current State of Parking Garage

Jarata Jaffa

February 16, 2017


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The new parking garage is open and at the moment only four floors are in current use. There are still kinks, as most brand new buildings have, but a lot of these issues will be resolved once the parking garage opens all their floors. For starters, the elevator is not working yet, preventing peo...

False Fire Alarm on Campus

False Fire Alarm on Campus

Isabel Rockwood

February 14, 2017


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Students and staff evacuated Macklin Tower after a second false alarm in three weeks on campus. Fire department officials said it was a false alarm and they found nothing. Some students said they smelled gas on the third floor. Students began evacuating in a disorderly fashion, pouring out of the...

February is Financial Aid Awareness Month

February is Financial Aid Awareness Month

Sara Monterroso

February 6, 2017


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Did you know that February is financial aid awareness month? Montgomery College will be the host of numerous financial aid workshops throughout the month of February in light of FAFSA deadlines. The workshops will aim to help students understand their options for financial aid, how to acquire funds,...

More Learning Opportunities Created with Help from The Capital One Foundation

More Learning Opportunities Created with Help from The Capital One Foundation

Salim Addrey

February 6, 2017


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The Montgomery College Foundation has been awarded a grant of $126,121 to create a springboard for the development of "stackable credentials" in biotechnology, data science, business management and early education programs. Developed with industry partners and usually focused on certain skills, stackable...

Employment Opportunities for the Week of Feb. 6

Employment Opportunities for the Week of Feb. 6

Sara Monterroso

February 6, 2017


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Provided by Roberta Buckberg, employment services specialist   Tuesday, Feb. 7 National Guard (Campus Center Lobby) – 10 am – 2:00 pm Serve your country and your neighbors while earning cash and benefits.  Talk to the recruiter for other details.   Wednesday, Feb. 8 Not ...

Volunteer and Internship Fair Tomorrow

Volunteer and Internship Fair Tomorrow

Sara Monterroso

February 1, 2017


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Tomorrow, Feb. 2 from 12-2 PM, MC's Student Life's Learning Program with Career Services and the Paul Peck Humanities will host a volunteer and internships fair in the theatre arts arena. Students will have opportunities to learn new skills, explore different career paths, and gain experience while...

Join Fellow MC Students at Club Rush Next Week

Join Fellow MC Students at Club Rush Next Week

Sara Monterroso

February 1, 2017


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Looking for other ways to involve yourself in school? Club rush is the place for you. You can sign-up for a club, speak with current club members, meet new people, celebrate campus spirit and maybe even eat a treat or two. Club rush will take place Wednesday, Feb. 8 from noon-2 in the theatre arts...

No Fire in Humanities, Just Dust from Construction

No Fire in Humanities,  Just Dust from Construction

Sara Monterroso

January 30, 2017


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Earlier this morning, at around 10:30 AM, the Humanities building evacuated residing students and professors due to a fire alarm. However, no fire or smoke set off the alarm. According to Marcus Rosano, Media Relations Director, dust from surrounding construction was the cause. The evacuation was...

Bad Weather and Delayed Openings at MC Protocol

Bad Weather and Delayed Openings at MC Protocol

Isabel Rockwood

January 23, 2017


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Each winter, there's usually at least one storm that prevents students from safely coming to school, therefore causing either a delayed opening or a canceled school day. There are plenty of alert stations specific to Montgomery County, and It's recommended to at least be familiar with one of these stations,...

Employment Opportunities for the Week of Dec. 2

Employment Opportunities for the Week of Dec. 2

Sara Monterroso

December 5, 2016


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Provided by Roberta Buckberg, employment services specialist Monday, Dec. 5 Life Time Athletic Club (Campus Center Lobby) – 10 am – 2:00 pm A little personal plug for Lifetime – they are hiring for everything from maintenance staff to training staff to childcare staff to sales staff....

Interview with students from Richard Montgomery Walk-Out Protest

Interview with students from Richard Montgomery Walk-Out Protest

November 29, 2016


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Now that we have had time to begin to digest the reality of a Trump presidency, whether you voted for him or not, it is evident as soon as we turn on the news that the country remains very divided. In the diverse, little community of Rockville, MD (a democratic state by majority) we have witnessed...

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