The American Midwest, though flat and mostly barren of creatures, has been a source of inspiration to an award-winning poet, MHCC’s own dean of humanities, Sara Rivara. » Read more
What bothers me more than panhandlers who abuse donations? It’s that being used as an excuse not to give.
Every Sunday morning when we pulled out of my family’s church driveway, there would be a woman there with a sign that read the usual: “God bless.” She of course looked chilled to the bone, disheveled, an agonizing look plastered on her face. » Read more
The People Strategies Council is another governing structure at Mt. Hood with the purpose of getting faculty and staff more engaged with workplace quality issues. » Read more
Through 12 years in the military I’ve deployed to 11 different countries. I’ve been lucky enough to see and experience many different cultures and regions. » Read more
The Saints men’s basketball team suffered an untimely exit in the 2013-14 season, losing to Chemeketa in an NWAACC championship tournament play-in game. » Read more
The Saints baseball team, which recently finished its fall ball schedule with an impressive 9-1-1 record, has some more exciting news. » Read more