Monthly Archives: November 2020

Finals Week Update/by Kienna Van Dellen

Finals week is approaching, and many students are wondering what exams will look like this semester.  “Final exams are likely to be somewhat similar, but also different,” said Debbie Norris, Associate Provost and  Graduate Dean at MC. “Many faculty are creating new ways of teaching that are enhancing the learning outcomes. One example is flipping the classroom–providing recorded lectures and

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A Modern-Day Horror Story–American Murder: The Family Next Door/by Meredith Stratmann

In the last few years, true crime has taken the United States by storm. With the growth of podcasts and streaming services, true crime is more accessible and readily available than ever before.  Netflix, as one of the most popular streaming services, has put out a number of captivating documentaries based on real tragedies that occurred to everyday Americans like

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Cross Country Wraps Up Fall Season at GSC Meet/by Elliot Reeder

The MC cross country teams competed at the GSC championship meet on Saturday, Oct. 31. The women’s team picked up the program’s highest GSC finish with a second place finish. The men’s team finished fourth.  Both teams set an individual school record; Jazmin Hernandez set the school mark in the women’s 5K with a time of 18:00.61, finishing fifth; and

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Collegian Staff Offers Picks for Christmas Movies/by Collegian Staff

With only a couple of weeks to go in the semester, students can look forward to the remaining holidays 2020 has left to offer. Thanksgiving is on the horizon, and a long-awaited Christmas lays just beyond it. While Thanksgiving often gets overshadowed by Christmas, the latter’s atmosphere is an undeniably vibrant time, filled with the promise of chilly nights, warm

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Virtual Ceremony for 2020 Grads/by Austin LaBrot

On November 2, MC announced commencement for May, August, and December 2020 graduates will be honored with a virtual ceremony on December 12.  “We do hope that graduates will feel a sense of pride, accomplishment, and closure as we recognize their success at MC,” said Commencement Committee Chair Dr. Kyle Brantley.  Senior accounting major Jared Johns expressed mixed sentiments toward

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“Hocus Pocus” Sequel Is on Its Way/by Morgan Miller

For a considerable amount of time, there have been rumors swirling around as to whether or not Disney will develop a sequel to “Hocus Pocus,” a Halloween film that has become beloved among audiences in recent years. Those rumors were eventually confirmed to be true, and now, more details have been released on the planned project. There is no official

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MC Men’s Golf Wraps Up Fall Season/by Charlie Williams

Competing in three tournaments throughout the month of October, the Choctaws went up against competition from other GSC schools as well as local junior colleges and other division 2 schools.   At the Derrall Foreman Intercollegiate, the Choctaws finished third with a strong showing from senior Force Choi who finished tied for fifth.  The next week, at the Matt Dyas Invitational,

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