Back Row, left to right:  Greg Slonka, Sam Rodriguez, Mary Mason (Chief Editor), Brandy Dillon, Efrain Aguilar, Anthony Trujillo, Jim Compton (Faculty Advisor)
Front Row, left to right: Shae Carter, Destiny Bohling, Karli Roberts (Design Editor), Kayla Benefiel, Jaque Griggs (Copy Editor), Shannon Voss
Not Pictured:  Casey Allbee, Kenzie Bierman, Sean Dugan, Jessica Gomez, Linda Hillman, Elizabeth Imhoff, Joe Kelley, Dacoda Ricketts, and Nathan Sneath

The MCC Calumet is expecting great things this year.  With a current staff of 21 enrolled students, and more expressing interest all the time, it is safe to say this is the largest crew that has been working on the completely student-run publication in well over a decade.  The energetic team has high ambitions for the school year that lies ahead, including a more demanding printing schedule than anyone can remember.  Traditionally, the Calumet is published an average of three times per semester; however, the additional reporting and photography staff have allowed for a schedule of six publications before students head out for the Holiday break.   I would like the Calumet to be seen as a bridge between the campus and the community, with information flowing both directions helping to unify the community as a whole.  
Mary Mason Chief Editor, mcc.calumet@gmail.com

Back Row, left to right:  Greg Slonka, Sam Rodriguez, Mary Mason (Chief Editor), Brandy Dillon, Efrain Aguilar, Anthony Trujillo, Jim Compton (Faculty Advisor)

Front Row, left to right: Shae Carter, Destiny Bohling, Karli Roberts (Design Editor), Kayla Benefiel, Jaque Griggs (Copy Editor), Shannon Voss

Not Pictured:  Casey Allbee, Kenzie Bierman, Sean Dugan, Jessica Gomez, Linda Hillman, Elizabeth Imhoff, Joe Kelley, Dacoda Ricketts, and Nathan Sneath

The MCC Calumet is expecting great things this year.  With a current staff of 21 enrolled students, and more expressing interest all the time, it is safe to say this is the largest crew that has been working on the completely student-run publication in well over a decade.  The energetic team has high ambitions for the school year that lies ahead, including a more demanding printing schedule than anyone can remember.  Traditionally, the Calumet is published an average of three times per semester; however, the additional reporting and photography staff have allowed for a schedule of six publications before students head out for the Holiday break. 

I would like the Calumet to be seen as a bridge between the campus and the community, with information flowing both directions helping to unify the community as a whole. 

Mary Mason Chief Editor, mcc.calumet@gmail.com

Thanks to MCC Housing for the nomination! Everyone got wet in the rain while we did the #ALS #IceBucketChallenge. Thanks to everyone who participated to raise money for the cause, especially Scott Beatty, Dave Barb, Stan Hunt, Bob Allbee, Gail Spies, Nancy Luikart and Shelly Cram Rahlf. We are challenging Clinton Community College, Scott Community College and the EICC District Office!

On Friday the entrance nearest to Kum and Go will be closed for most of the day. For the individuals who enter the campus near the McAvoy Center that will not be available. Plan to park adjacent to the Child Care Center. On Tuesday, September 2 the Park Avenue entrance that runs past the Learning Tree will be closed for a portion of the day The contractor will do everything possible to make the closure as short as possible, but for a portion of the day that entrance will be unavailable. Everyone will have to access the campus from Colorado Street and park in the main lot.

On Friday the entrance nearest to Kum and Go will be closed for most of the day. For the individuals who enter the campus near the McAvoy Center that will not be available. Plan to park adjacent to the Child Care Center.
 
On Tuesday, September 2 the Park Avenue entrance that runs past the Learning Tree will be closed for a portion of the day The contractor will do everything possible to make the closure as short as possible, but for a portion of the day that entrance will be unavailable. Everyone will have to access the campus from Colorado Street and park in the main lot.