Media Coverage

Omegas Celebrate 101 Years of Friendship and Service

Published Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Omegas award scholarship to student who will attend MCC. OmegasCelebrate101YearsofFriendshipandService.pdf

Scottsdale Will Celebrate Life of Its “Mr. Prestige”, Don Frye

Published Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Longtime Scottsdale resident Don Frye created the Al Grey trombone scholarship at MCC. mr. prestige.pdf

Beware of Sneaky Sugars

Published Wednesday, December 5, 2012

MCC nutrition faculty Maureen Zimmerman talks about hidden sugar in food. Beware of Sneaky Sugars.pdf

Man Arrested in Cellphone Theft

Published Wednesday, December 5, 2012

A man was arrested on charges that he stole cellphones from two Mesa Community College teachers’ offices and tried to sell them. Joh’Shay Tinsley, 20, was caught on surveillance video and brought in by Mesa police. Man arrested in cellphone thefts from MCC teachers.pdf

MCC Marketing Students hosting 'LegendFest'

Published Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Students in MCC's American Marketing Association chapter are sponsoring their second semi-annual LegendFest in partnership with the Mesa Legend. MCC marketing students hosting ‘LegendFest’.pdf

MCC Red Mountain presents living Christmas tree

Published Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Red Mountain Campus presents living Christmas Tree Red Mountain Living Christmas Tree.pdf

Improvements to West Mesa's Fiesta District Under Way

Published Friday, November 23, 2012

Mesa's Fiesta District is being transformed. From the new $14.9 million performing arts center for Mesa Community College at a former Harkins Theatre to renovations at Hilton Phoenix East Mesa to new restaurants, Kavanaugh said there is reason to celebrate. Improvements to west Mesa's Fiesta District under way - East Valley Tribune_ Mesa.pdf

Mesa partnership helps GED-to-college shift

Published Friday, November 23, 2012

New GED to MCC program announced. Mesa GED.pdf

Hobby Leads to Business Venture for East Valley Woman

Published Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Catherine Morris is as sweet as the cakes she makes. A 21-year-old education major at Mesa Community College, Morris started decorating cakes six years ago when she took just one lesson at her church.  She then developed her skills by working at Walmart for 10 months decorating their cakes. From there, she began making cakes out of her home for her friends and family and is in the works of opening her own business, Cat’s Cakery. Hobby leads to business venture for local East Valley woman _...

MCC Students Use Science for Campus Building Decor

Published Wednesday, November 21, 2012

MCC Interior Design Students Use Science as Inspiration for Campus Building Decor. interior.pdf

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