Mesa Independent reports that the long, excruciating wait for die-hard soccer fans in Mesa is finally over. FC Arizona is bringing the world’s most popular sport to town starting in March and maybe even a championship. FC Arizona opens its inaugural season March 4 at John D. Riggs stadium at Mesa Community College. The website is fcarizona.com. FC Arizona soccer at MCC.pdf
GCC website announces MCC Creative Writing Professor Josh Rathkamp to speak at Glendale Community College on Wednesday, February 15th from 7-9 p.m. Open Mic Featuring Josh Rathkamp.pdf
The February edition of Maricopa Now features MCC's manufacturing and automation technology programs, with interviews from MCC instructors Harvey Johnson and Carl Whitesel and MCC student Thomas Sosa, TRW intern. Minute 3:25 https://youtu.be/XlV5xWJxy50?t=196
The Community College Journal reports: The Arizona Advanced Manufacturing Institute (AzAMI) is still a year away from the end of the U.S. Department of Labor grant that expanded the program. But already, AzAMI Executive Director Leah Palmer at Mesa Community College (MCC) in Mesa, Arizona, is fielding calls from companies that have hired her students through the...
The Arizona Republic features new state House Speaker and MCC adjunct professor of politics J.D. Mesnard, who brings his policy background to the job. He makes a nod to his music background by outfitting his office with a piano. JD Mesnard Leads House of Representatives.pdf
In Maricopa reports that the Maricopa High School troupe performed at the Central Arizona Festival of Theatre, held at MCC. Those who scored the top mark of “Superior” are invited to the International Thespian Society National Competition in Lincoln, Nebraska, in June. MHS Actors Earn Invitations.pdf
AZCentral and the Mesa Chamber of Commerce report on degree programs at MCC. Mesa Community College continues to expand degree programs.pdf and True Viral News
FSN-FRES (ABC) in Fresno, CA, and Fresno City College reports on the upcoming Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival at MCC. Video
Broadway World reports that The Bridge Initiative: Women in Theatre will feature Amie Bjorklund and Shari Watts in a development workshop and public reading of new play The Flora & Fauna by Los Angeles-based scribe Alyson Mead. Mesa Community College hosts the first public reading of this new work on Saturday, February 25th, at 2:00 p.m. at the MCC Theatre,...
Mesa Independent reports that MCC will be the site of a public meeting by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health seeking the public’s input on defining its health priorities for a three-year plan that will be implemented starting in 2018. County seeking input on multi-year health improvement plan - Mesa Independent _ Mesa Independent.pdf