Media Coverage

All in the Timing

Published Monday, June 27, 2016

The Tempe Wrangler reports that the MCC production of All in the Timing begins in October.

Battling the Invasion of Watersnakes

Published Monday, June 20, 2016

MCC Red Mountain professor Andrew Holycross, Ph.D., herpetologist and expert on reptiles in Arizona, is assisting Bob Reed, Ph.D, from the USGS Fort Collins Science Center in Fort Collins, with setting snake traps along a cattail bank at Mittry Lake near Yuma, AZ. Reed is leading a 10-week investigation on the spread of southern and common watersnakes in the West.

MCC Athletes Recruited

Published Thursday, June 16, 2016

Recruiting news on MCC athletes Isaiah Moore and Jordan Zimmerman from Chatsports, SunTimes and StateNews. Jordan Zimmerman and  Isaiah Moore

Nolan: Designing a Safe Resistance Training Program for Youth

Published Thursday, June 16, 2016

This is the second part of a two-part article discussing youth resistance training appearing in, written by Craig Nolan, a member of the Exercise Science faculty at Mesa Community College. Nolan_ Designing a safe resistance training program for youth _ InMaricopa.pdf

New Presidents or Provosts

Published Thursday, June 16, 2016

Inside Higher Ed announces that Shouan Pan, president of Mesa Community College, in Arizona, has been appointed president of the Seattle Community Colleges system. New presidents or provosts_ Briar Cliff Butte Hazard Mobile St.pdf

Phoenix Artist Jennifer Campbell on Arizona Stereotypes That Turn Out to Be True

Published Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Phoenix New Times does a spotlight interview on Jennifer Campbell, MCC's art gallery coordinator.  2016 Creatives_ Jennifer Campbell of Mesa Community College Art Gallery _ Phoenix New Times.pdf

Mesa Rising: The East Valley City is the Unlikely Home of a Vibrant Arts Scene

Published Tuesday, June 14, 2016

The New Times reports on the art scene in Mesa and states, "The Art Gallery at Mesa Community College, which opened in February, has an impressive collection of works by renowned artists including Alexander Calder and William Wegman, as well as high-caliber local artists." Art Gallery New Times.pdf

Desert is Home to Scary Creatures Looking for Cool Places

Published Monday, June 13, 2016

The East Valley Tribune says scorpions, spiders and other venomous monsters of the East Valley are as ornery as you are right now. They’re not fond of 115-degree days, either. Interview with MCC life science instructor Andy Baldwin and photos of Griffin Logue, RM exhibit coordinator. Desert is home to scary creatures looking for cool spaces - East Valley Tribune_ Arizona.pdf 061216 EVTrib Scorpions_spiders_bees (1).pdf 061216 EVTrib - creatures (1).pdf

Dance Lessons from MCC Dance Instructor Steve Conrad who was on 'Bachelorette'

Published Tuesday, June 7, 2016

ABC 15 reports that Steve Conrad, Mesa Community College dance faculty, joined Hollywood icon Jean Veloz on the set for an upcoming episode of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” and posted his fall class schedule.  Dance lessons.pdf

Mesa Community College Summer Band Camp

Published Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Cory McCloskey of Fox 10 checks out band camp at Mesa Community College. More than 400 talented young musicians attend the free summer camp. Interviews with MCC music professors Rob Hunter, Paul Brewer and Nick Manson. Video