Posted on June 5, 2013 by Sally Mesarosh
In the midst of finals week, two MCC students pushed through long hours of studying while working on a project for homeless veterans at the same time.
The result: Interior-design students Jocelyn Abruzzese and Tricia Finchum placed first in the "Design for Hope” competition by designing a kitchen using repurposed and reclaimed materials. The competition was sponsored by Stardust Building Supplies, retail centers that provide reclaimed and gently-used building materials to the community.
Arizona Republic. June 5, 2013
MCC’s Model United Nations team excelled at 64th Annual Model United Nations Far West Conference in San Francisco: http://t.co/6XSYgPDxMO
MCC stages imaginative new comedy, “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” http://t.co/p4vg98HrKY via @EVTNow
20 students were honored as student leaders at MCC Red Mountain. Students also presented Honors Projects with subjects ranging from earthquakes to video...
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Congrats to Jessica Thompson, who won the top design award in her field at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival: http://mesacc.edu/news/press-release/top-honor-theatre-film-arts-student
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