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From Bullets to Bells, Artist-in-Residence Reshapes the Materiality of Violence into Art

“When do you feel safe?” That was the bold question posed to MC students by Stephanie Mercedes, artist-in-residence for the…

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MC Professor Merges the Chemistry of Spaceflight with the National Air and Space Museum

Editor’s note: This story is part of our MC faculty series, in which professors discuss relevant topics within their areas…

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MC Board Chair Gives Back to the Institution that First Welcomed Her as an Immigrant

Gloria Aparicio Blackwell dreamed of going into engineering, but circumstances—and timing—set her life on a different course. A native of…

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Construction Management Alumnus’ Family Sets Up a Scholarship in His Memory

Jonathan Diehl wanted to be an example for generations of future construction management students at Montgomery College. He wanted them…

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Redemption Raptors: MC Volleyball Avenges Last Season’s Heartbreak by Earning Trip to National Tourney

In sports, expectations are often a double-edged sword. After blazing their way to an historic 26-0 record last season, the…

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