Phoenix New Times reports that a new gallery opened at Mesa Community College in February with an exhibition of works from its permanent collection, which includes artists ranging from Alexander Calder to Mary Shindell. The gallery presents primarily student, faculty, and alumni works. New Times Art Gallery.pdf
ASU NOW profiles Jason Tibbetts, who began his major in sustainability at MCC. Sustainability Major.pdf
Fox 10 reports that MCC crew packed 150,000 meals for Feed My Starving Children.
"There isn't a weak link in this gifted cast," says PHX Stages in a review for MCC's production of Good 'N' Plenty. Talkin' Broadway gives it a thumbs up as well.j PHX Stages: Good N Plenty.pdf Talkin' Broadway link
The Great Falls Tribune reports that students benefit from National Portfolio Day at Mesa Community College, where representatives from several different art and design colleges across the country visit the college to look at students’ portfolios and provide critiques, suggestions and determine whether they are at a college level yet. Students Thrive in Phoenix Art Scene.pdf
The Arizona Republic reports that the presidencies of Maricopa Community Colleges' 10 campuses would be consolidated under a proposed years-long reorganization. Consolidation.pdf
Casa Grande Dispatch reports on Lucid's workforce needs. Stephen Skroch, director of Mesa Community College’s automotive performance program, said beginning this fall, nearly every course in the program is touching on some aspect of electric or hybrid car technology. CAC_ MCC adjusting curriculum for Lucid's workforce needs _ Area News _ pinalcentral.pdf
Cronkite News (PBS) reports on Navajo students at MCC. Quimbie Gonnie, Miss Native MCC, and Julianne Keams are featured. No media available.
The Mesa Independent reports that with an exciting double overtime victory in the Valley of the Sun Bowl over Lackawanna College Saturday night, 48-42, Mesa has solidified itself as the No. 5 team in the NJCAA polls. Valley of the Sun, Indep..pdf
Maricopa Now's December edition features the MCC Automotive Performance Program. Interviews with instructor Steve Skroch and student Shelby Reno. Video