Undiscovered Worlds at planetarium

New Show Opens at Carr-Fles Planetarium

“Undiscovered Worlds,” a captivating 35-minute show exploring the timeless question of whether other planets like Earth exist, recently opened at the state-of-the-art Carr-Fles Planetarium on the Muskegon Community College campus. All planetarium shows, which are free and open to the public, begin promptly at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. “Undiscovered Worlds” will run through […]

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Alfred Waud

The Art of Gettysburg and the Civil War Lecture Series

This fall, Muskegon Community College Art Instructor Tim Norris and History Instructors Kurt Troutman and George Maniates will lead a voyage into American art and history in “The Art of Gettysburg and the Civil War,” a special lecture series and exhibition to be presented at the Muskegon Museum of Art (MMA).  The program will conclude […]

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YMCA Aerial

MCC to Purchase Muskegon Family YMCA Building

Muskegon Community College will purchase the Muskegon Family YMCA’s West Western Avenue property on Muskegon Lake for $1.17 million as part of the college’s community-focused health and wellness initiative, which includes the construction of a new center on campus. The MCC Board of Trustees approved the acquisition at its meeting on Aug. 19. MCC will […]

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Science Center Grand Opening, Downtown Center Open House on Aug. 21

The public is invited to join the celebration as Muskegon Community College formally opens the doors to its new Science Center with a ribbon-cutting, tours and scientific demonstrations on Friday, Aug. 21. Later that same day, an Open House marking the design phase completion of the MCC Downtown Center will take place from 5-7 p.m. […]

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$400 First Place: Brett Kelley of Spring Lake for her graphite still-life drawing

51st Annual MCC Student Art and Design Award Winners

The award winners in the 51st Annual MCC Student Art and Design Exhibition were announced on June 9 at a special ceremony in Overbrook Theater. An independent juror, Ken Foster, who is a retired Muskegon Community College art instructor, selected the winners from the exceptional artwork created by MCC’s art and graphic design students over […]

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MCC Announces 2015 Winter Student Academic Honors

The following Muskegon Community College (MCC) students have earned academic recognition for their grade point averages during the recently completed Winter 2015 semester. They are listed by alphabetically by hometown under each of the following three categories: President’s List Dean’s List Academic Honors List PRESIDENT’S LIST Muskegon Community College (MCC) has named the following students […]

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The Local #174 team of Ryan Bennett, Wes Eklund, Mark Mangione, and Andy Zorn - finished 14-under par to take first place.

Jayhawk Scramble, Scholarship Lunch Raise $15,895

The Foundation for Muskegon Community College 2015 Jayhawk Scramble and Jayhawk Scholarship Lunch on June 5 at University Park Golf Course raised a record $15,895 for MCC scholarships thanks to generous and enthusiastic sponsors, benefactors and participants. The total represents a 16% increase in profits over the 2014 Jayhawk Scramble. “It’s gratifying to work with […]

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MCC Receives Masonic Temple, $200,000 for Entrepreneurial Awards

Local developer Jonathan Rooks has donated the former Masonic Temple in downtown Muskegon to Muskegon Community College as the new home for its Entrepreneurial Studies program and related business-generating activities. The announcement was made Wednesday morning, June 3, at a special meeting of the MCC Board of Trustees held in the former Masonic Temple building […]

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