It is a goal of the American Indian Center/American Indian Institute at MCC to highlight the successes of their students throughout the school year. We hope to collaborate with campus departments and anyone interested who wishes to share the successes of our American Indian students and we will post stories and videos about many of the good things our students are doing so continue to check often for updates.
MCC Softball Player Shiniya Henry Singles against Central
Shiniya Henry (Navajo, Tuba City High School) singled in the second game of a tough loss against Central AZ College. CLICK HERE to read more about the game.
High-achieving American Indian Student-Athletes
CLICK HERE to read about three of MCC's high-achieving American Indian student-athletes.
Marlinda Haudley Organizes Second Winter Jacket Drive
CLICK HERE to read about Marlinda's second successful winter jacket drive which provided more warmth for people in her hometown of Chinle, AZ.
MCC Student Organizes Winter Jacket Drive
CLICK HERE to read about how Marlinda Haudley received nearly 100 warm jackets and other winter items to distribute to the needy in Chinle, AZ.
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