The Bay Window: The Pulse of Muskegon Community College
The oldest student organization on campus, The Bay Window published its first issue in January 1927, just a few months after Muskegon Junior College opened its doors. The newspaper’s writers and editors have voiced student concerns and chronicled the changing times and interests affecting both MCC and the greater society from the Great Depression and World War II, through the student unrest of the Vietnam Era, 9/11 and its aftermath, to the latest technological advances of the 21st Century.
The Bay Window has changed with the times. Today’s interactive, eye-catching online editions reflect the cutting-edge talents of MCC’s graphic design students. The content, as always, mirrors the topics most on the minds of the student body. Browse its pages regularly to capture the pulse of Muskegon Community College.
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