Month: October 2018

Mohave Wire

MCC will always honor, remember Kathy Hodel

Mohave Community College employees are mourning the loss of one of the college’s most ardent supporters.   Kathy Hodel passed away Thursday night, October 25, after a long battle with cancer.    MCC President Dr. Michael Kearns informed the college community of Kathy’s death Friday afternoon. “It is with great sadness that I pass along the Read more about MCC will always honor, remember Kathy Hodel[…]
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MCC and CRUHSD Working for the Future

Last Wednesday Mohave Community College was alongside many other organizations and colleges that participated in the CRUHSD Student Career and Education Exploration at the Mohave Crossing Event Center. This is an event that was created in hopes of helping local high school students select the pathways to their successful futures. It was actually this event Read more about MCC and CRUHSD Working for the Future[…]
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November, December Speaker Series in Havasu: Code Talkers, Cowpokes

The MCC Lake Havasu City campus, in partnership with AZ Humanities, invites you to join us for two great presentations in November and December. On December 13, learn about Arizona in the movies.  Andy Devine, Tyrone Power, Katy Jurado, Steve McQueen and, of course, John Wayne. From the earliest days of film, Arizona has been Read more about November, December Speaker Series in Havasu: Code Talkers, Cowpokes[…]
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MCC Halloween events on the Bullhead, Kingman, Havasu campuses

MCC invites parents and children to attend safe and fun Halloween events on its campuses in Bullhead City, Kingman and Lake Havasu City. The events on each campus will be held on Friday, October 26 and feature a safe environment for families, which includes candy, games and fun activities. You can download event flyers for Read more about MCC Halloween events on the Bullhead, Kingman, Havasu campuses[…]
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October is: Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Will You Wear Purple with MCC?

Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence; domestic violence does not segregate by race, social class, religion, gender, or age. What is included in domestic violence? According to Domesticeviolence.org, “Domestic violence and emotional abuse are behaviors used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Partners may be married or not married; Read more about October is: Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Will You Wear Purple with MCC?[…]
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Tips for aspiring writers, illustrators from author of book adapted to DreamWorks film

Children’s author Adam Rex recently held a meet and greet and book signing at the Mohave Community College Kingman Campus and offered tips for aspiring writers and illustrators. “You need to give yourself permission to write badly,” said Rex.  “Nobody publishes their first draft of anything, so you do need to give yourself that permission to Read more about Tips for aspiring writers, illustrators from author of book adapted to DreamWorks film[…]
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