Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Turkey week

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) will travel to Lincoln for the Governor’s Recognition on Monday, November 26, 2013.
The dorms will close on Tuesday afternoon so that people could go home for Thanksgiving break. No classes will be held Wednesday.
Girls’ basketball play in Kansas over the weekend of November 30 and December 1; while the boys played at home.

Brittany Sutton, Campus Cafe student writer

Thursday, November 21, 2013

The wonders of November

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL); the business group on college had their first Monday afternoon meeting.

GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) had a meeting Tuesday afternoon. The GSA will be partnering with PTK to provide “rescue packets” to students in the dorms for finals week.  If interested in helping, contact Tina Walker – walkert@mpcc.edu or Michael Jonckheere – jonckheerem@mpcc.edu
Also on Tuesday was Founder’s day for PTK. The day PTK was “found”.
Harry Potter movie marathon going on in the dorms Friday night at 9pm and home basketball games this weekend.

Brittany Sutton, Campus Cafe student writer

Monday, November 18, 2013

Shenanigans of November

Monday was Veterans Day, so support was shown throughout the campus for honoring our Veterans.  

Tuesday the 12th, was weekly movie night; Thor, Free Birds in 3D, and Last Vegas were the movies of the week.  

Video interviews happened on Thursday through the Marketing Department. 4 college students took place in this.  

Last, but not least we had the theatre department present Leaving Iowa at 7pm both Friday and Saturday night; and 2pm on Sunday afternoon. 

Brittany Sutton, Campus Cafe student writer

Monday, November 11, 2013

November Happenings

Last week was busy with high school students visiting the campus for an FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Conference on Wednesday, November 6th. Just like freshman orientation, students started their morning at the Events Center and then had small groups on the campus.
Thursday, November7th, motivational speaker, Kevin Sharp was at McCook High School at 7:00 pm. Kevin Sharp is an award-winning vocalist, entertainer, cancer survivor, and now one of the country’s top speakers. He spoke of his battle with cancer, his career in music and how the two intertwined.

Brittany Sutton, Campus Cafe student writer