Media Coverage

Glass Sculptures at Mesa Artist's Show

Published Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Artists at the show include Susan Canasi, a former Mesa Community College art teacher. Mesa_Independent_20141112_A02_0.pdf

Rumpelstiltskin Calendar Listing

Published Monday, November 10, 2014

“Rumpelstiltskin” at Mesa Community College: 7 p.m. evening shows and 2 p.m. matinees at Mesa Community College, 1833 W. Southern Ave. in Mesa. This play based on the classic fairy tale is written by Linda Daugherty and directed by Kevin Dressler. MIndep 101414 Rumpstil.pdf

Coverage of "All 10 Maricopa Community Colleges Receive Military-Friendly Status for 2015"

Published Monday, November 10, 2014

All ten Maricopa Community Colleges have been designated as 2015 Military Friendly Schools® by Victory Media. Each year, more than 10,000 VA-approved schools nationwide are surveyed.All 10 MCCCD Colleges Receive Military-Friendly Status for 2015.pdf and Mesa Independent: MesaIndependent 010514 military friendly.pdf

MCC PTK Featured in Partners in Excellence Publication

Published Monday, November 10, 2014

In this issue of PTK's Partners in Excellence publication, MCC PTK Kemey is highlighted in "spotlight" on page 6 and MCC's PTK is pictured on the back cover.  partnersinexcellence_2014t 8kemeny.pdf partnersinexcellence_2014t 16lastpage.pdf

Wave of Action Protests Becoming a Common Sight on Phoenix's Streets

Published Monday, November 10, 2014

MCC student quoted in this article: "Protesters, ostensibly angry over the same core system, are consistently at odds over brand messaging and treatment of law enforcement, said Harvey Donner, a student at Mesa Community College who marched on Wednesday." Wave of Action protests.pdf

Forest Highlands Awards Scholarships

Published Monday, November 10, 2014

The Forest Highlands golf community in Flagstaff recently awarded a total of $18,750 in scholarships to 15 employees for 2014, including Amy Stephens of Mesa Community College. Community Briefs.pdf

Wilkes University Seeks Local Students for Scholarship Program

Published Friday, November 7, 2014

Wilkes University Mesa is on the hunt, looking for high and low for potential candidates for its newest scholarship program — over $150,000 in scholarships aimed at Mesa residents in various situations. An additional four Mesa residents will receive $5,000 for unspecified majors and five $1,000 scholarships are set aside for Phi Theta Kappa students transferring from Mesa Community College....

Coverage of Pupfish: "Small, but Mighty, Endangered Fish Takes a Step Toward Recovery"

Published Wednesday, November 5, 2014

The endangered, native desert pupfish took another step toward recovery recently when over 300 fish were released by the Arizona Game and Fish Department into a refuge pond at Mesa Community College’s Red Mountain Campus (MCC).   The Outdoor Wire: Endangered Fish The Outdoor Wire.pdf Arizona Game and Fish:  AZGFD Pupfish.pdf Noodles:  Noodles Pupfish.pdf Mesa Independent

Boivin: Common Goals Bond Together All Sun Devils

Published Monday, November 3, 2014

Sun Devil defense has benefited from JC transfers, starting with the team's leading tackler, Randall, who also played baseball and had two junior college stops, including Mesa Community College. Common goals bond together all Sun Devils.pdf

ASU Alumna Makes Handbags with Heart

Published Monday, November 3, 2014

ASU and MCC alumna Jennifer Boonlorn has created "Soul Carrier" handbags. After graduating ASU, Boonlorn went to Mesa Community College to look into its fashion and design program because, as she says, she was always interested in design. “At MCC, I felt that I was really getting back to my true passions,” Boonlorn says. With the school, Bonnlorn says she went on a trip to New York for one week...