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Wall Street on Campus: Macklin Foundation Donation Will Launch New Finance Lab at Montgomery College

Montgomery College Macklin Business Institute (MBI) students will soon have access to an educational finance lab designed to give them…

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Follow the Leader: PIC MC Student Board Member Has a Plan for Classmates Looking to Enhance Resumés, Land Internships

As far back as he can remember, Zeshan Khan’s passion has been science. The second-year ACES student declared himself a…

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Everyone Counts in Montgomery County: MC Outreach Efforts Push Census 2020 Participation

With millions of dollars in government funding at stake, an accurate census count is critical for local municipalities all over…

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Even in Retirement, Former MC Provost Is Knocking Down Barriers Facing Undocumented Students

Bob Brown has always enjoyed being in the business of “doing new things.” The former provost of the Takoma Park/Silver…

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Drivers, Charge … Your … Engines!

Editor’s note: This story is part of our MC faculty and staff series in which professors and/or staff discuss relevant…

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