PHX Stages reviews Mr. Burns, a post-electric play, performed by Mesa Community College students. PHX Stages_ reviews - MR. BURNS, A POST-ELECTRIC PLAY - Mesa Community College Theatre and Film Arts.pdf
Mesa Community College Professors' Study Of Japanese Calculation Tablets Reveal Mathematical MysteryPublished Monday, April 23, 2018
KJZZ reports on two Mesa Community College professors, David Schultz and Enrico Serpone, who recently published an article on wooden Japanese calculation tablets that represent a mathematical mystery. Study Of Japanese Tablets Reveal Mathematical Mystery _ Arizona Science and Innovation Desk.pdf
Apache Junction News reports on Mesa Community College professor and Life Science Department chair Dr. Andy Baldwin who rescued an injured Harris hawk, later releasing it back into in his community to the praise and cheers of his neighbors. Neighbors Helping Neighbors – AJ Gold Canyon News.pdf
MyLocalNews reported on Friendship Village in Tempe that is in proximity to Mesa Community College and Arizona State University. Attracting and Retaining Senior Living Talent - Arizona News.pdf
Grzexp.com reports that the Mesa Community College Summer Band Camp is perfect for any school kid who plays any instrument or is any choir. Things To Do Over Summer – GRZEXP.pdf
Mesa reports on Mesa Community College being one of the first community colleges in the country to offer a Blockchain Technology Certificate of Completion (CCL). Fall 2018, MCC will begin preparing students for emerging high-tech careers requiring blockchain knowledge. SECOND QUARTER 2018 _ City of Mesa-2.pdf
12 News visited Mesa Community College's Rose Garden and announced arboretum status for the Southern and Dobson campus. 12news.com _ The desert southwest’s largest rose garden is in bloom in Mesa!.pdf
Channel 15 reports from the MCC Downtown campus on training exercises with paramedic, EMT, nursing and psychology students. Theatre students add a realistic touch to the scenarios. MCC faculty member Sean Newton heads up the training.
Broadway World reports on the 120 theatre students who were chosen to be a part of the KCACFT Festival, MCC's Tu Nyguen being among those chosen. Kennedy Center Announces American College Theater National Festival.pdf
Dr. Linda Collins is interviewed by KJZZ about the launching of the MCCCD I.T. Institute in Mesa in Fall 2018.