November 18, 2015

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Correction to “Librarians can help”

The story titled “Librarians can help” (November 2015) claimed that a fight had taken place inside the library within the last two years. The librarian interviewed for the story has no recollection of having been interviewed, and head librarian Candice Baldwin says there have been no fights in the library. We regret these errors, and hope that no misguided rubber-necking has occurred as a result of the story.

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November 15, 2015

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Free community college tuition could improve communities

by Jason Cochran In January 2015, President Barack Obama proposed two years of community college free for anyone who’s willing to work for it. His proposal could save a full-time community college student an average of $3,800 in tuition per year and benefit about 9 million students per year if they earn good grades and stay on track […]

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November 14, 2015

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MCC strives to keep tuition low as costs skyrocket

by Melina McDonald For many students searching for an education in order to further themselves, hearing how expensive it costs to get a degree can be a shock. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, college tuition rates have dramatically increased in the last 30 years, disproportionately to other cost-of-living increases. So, why is […]

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November 12, 2015

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MCC automotive students dominate SkillsUSA competition

by Nate Littlejohn It has been nothing but gratifying wins for the 2015 MCC-Longview Automotive team, as they dominated at Missouri and National Skills USA Leadership competitions. The team definitely left their mark at the Missouri state contest, where “every medal we competed for we got,” said Longview Automotive Coordinator David Patience. Joseph Fisher, Noah Jurgensmeyer, […]

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