Life is what you make it. Struggling to overcome obstacles and balance the highs is a task we all encounter naturally, but struggling to overcome domestic violence is not as easy. » Read more
Last Monday, OOHLALA was launched by ASG as MHCCs personal application tool for any smart- capable device.
The mobile app is capable of much more than just taking up precious gigabytes on your phone. » Read more
On Monday, 14 elected officials and candidates on the Nov. 4 ballot, from state senators to local mayors, will visit MHCC to talk directly to students. » Read more
The Troublesome Movement, also known as the Political Activism Club, is a new group of students at Mt. Hood coming together to promote working for the common good and letting everyone’s voices be heard. » Read more
For the second time this year, first-year Saint runner Georgia Glovatsky brought home first place honors, after capturing the 6K run crown with a time of 22:20.70 at the Lewis & Clark Invitational on Oct. » Read more
Last week, Chris Jackson, philosophy instructor at Mt. Hood, presented what a modern educated individual could accept as a telos, that purpose or goal, for “The Good Life”: the idea of flourishing. » Read more