Media Coverage

Phoenix Poetry: 4 New Phoenix Poetry Collections You Should Read

Published Monday, November 28, 2016

Phoenix New Times recommends 4 new poetry collections, including A Storm to Close the Door by Josh Rathkamp.  Phoenix Poetry_ 4 New Collections You Should Read _ Phoenix New Times.pdf  

Desert Oasis in Mesa Protects Endangered Species

Published Saturday, November 26, 2016

12 News video features MCC's cienega at the Red Mountain campus in northeast Mesa with comments by Griffin Logue, exhibits curator for MCC. Matt Pace, the meteorologist from 12 News, is a former student and instructor at MCC. Desert oasis in Mesa protects endangered species _ 12NEWS.pdf

The College of St. Scholastica Continues Arizona expansion

Published Tuesday, November 22, 2016

AZ Big Media reports that the College of St. Scholastica, a 104-year-old private Catholic Benedictine institution, has commenced its fall semester in Arizona with two milestones: opening a new office in downtown Phoenix, and planning for a first-ever spring social work cohort. Social work faculty already have office space at Mesa Community College (MCC) and Phoenix College. Sixty-five students are working to complete various St. Scholastica degree programs and study areas at those institutions...

ASU, MCC students win $50,000 and patent for ‘Fire Mitt' invention

Published Monday, November 21, 2016

KPNX/12News featured MCC marketing student Scott Johnson, along with ASU student Emma Spencer, as Paradigm Challenge grand prize recipients for their invention of the "Fire Mitt."  ASU, MCC students win $50,000 and patent for ‘Fire Mitt' invention | 12NEWS.com_.pdf

Ask Clay: Wily Coyotes May Not Care If You Mark Your Territory

Published Monday, November 21, 2016

The Arizona Republic ran an article about coyotes in local neighborhoods that featured a photo of a coyote walking through a parking lot at Mesa Community College's Red Mountain Campus in Mesa. Ask Clay_ Wily coyotes may not care if you mark your territory.pdf

College Roundup: Lackawanna football heading to Valley of the Sun Bowl

Published Wednesday, November 16, 2016

The Times-Tribune reports that Lackawanna College football team coach Mark Duda announced the Falcons accepted a bid to play in the Valley of the Sun Bowl against Mesa Community College on Dec. 3. The game is scheduled for 4 p.m. Valley of the Sun Bowl.pdf

PHX Stages: Review of She Loves Me

Published Friday, November 11, 2016

PHX Stages reviews She Loves Me, the story of two shop employees who can't stand each other. Mesa Community College presents a beautiful, large scale production of this jewel of a musical with a fine cast, clear direction, and lovely creative elements.  PHX Stages_ review - SHE LOVES ME - Mesa Community College.pdf

Faris Knew She Would Become a WAC

Published Friday, November 11, 2016

The Daily Miner covers the story of Rebecca (Neill) Faris, an MCC graduate who became a member of the United States Women’s Army Corps (WAC).  Faris knew she would become a WAC _ Kingman Daily Miner _ Kingman, AZ.pdf

Maricopa Community Colleges Board: 2 New Members, Same 4-3 Split

Published Friday, November 11, 2016

The Arizona Republic reports that two new members in January will join the Maricopa Community Colleges governing board, which apparently will still have deep ideological fissures as it nears key funding decisions. Maricopa Community Colleges board_ 2 new members, same 4-3 split.pdf

Beavers add JUCO Receiver

Published Thursday, November 10, 2016

Scout.com and other publications report that Mesa (Arizona) Mesa Community College wide receiver Dionte Sykes received an offer from Oregon State and didn't wait long to make his decision. Beavers add JUCO receiver - Oregon State - Scout.pdf and Oregon Live link and Building the Dam link

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