MC in the News

News in the form of electronic and paper media.“There is a notion of academic elitism where community colleges are considered inferior to other institutions but we reject that. At the end of the day, the outcomes of the colleges show there is little to prove they are inferior.”

Dr. DeRionne Pollard, Times of India, “Community Colleges Not Inferior: US Academic” (March 4, 2016)

“Regular software design probably pays a little better than game design,” she says. “It might not be as fun or as cool, but it’s more stable and steady.”

Professor Deborah Solomon, “Community Colleges Power Up Video Game Programs,” US News and World Report (Jan. 25, 2016)

“Networking is an important part of a job search … If you know someone who can provide an entré, anyone who can tell you more about the company, if nothing else pick their brain—what is the best way to approach that company?”

Rick Dottermusch, MC student in New York Times: “After Years Out of a Job, Older Workers Find a Way Back In” (Nov. 6, 2015)

“Just being in the same room and being able to write music he prays to is unbelievably fulfilling.”

—John Henderson, professor of music in a New York Times article. Henderson composed music for the Pope’s visit to the United States last September.

“I’ve learned that it’s important to give them a space where they can relax, learn to breathe in silence, be present. When they’re more present, they’re more open to learning.”

—Professor Joanne Bagshaw, featured in the Washington Post Magazine in a story about a special way educators are helping students to focus and de-stress.

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