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ASG honors three ‘Unsung Heroes’

 

The ‘heroes’ will be honored today from noon to 1 p.m. in the Student Union

 
April 24, 2014 | | No Comments »

Roberts helps high school students connect to Mt. Hood
Tifini Roberts, College Now coordinator and public speaking instructor, goes above and beyond facilitating relationships between high school students and faculty members at both high schools and MHCC.
She has served Mt.  » Read more


Candidates hope to bring on-site housing, purchase Bookstore

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April 24, 2014 | | No Comments »

“We have a focus on bettering the campus and that will be tangible change as a direct result of our action,” said ASG presidential candidate Jonathan Beaman about his campaign team platform. Beaman is currently ASG’s director of finance.
Beaman and his vice presidential running mate, Nathan Doering, chairman of the Gay-Straight Alliance who ran for ASG president a year ago, hope to improve Mt.  » Read more


SOAR co-chair aims to ‘break the ice,’ attract more students

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April 24, 2014 | | No Comments »

Alma Pacheco and Cristian Urzua want to be the next ASG president and vice president. Pacheco, 19, and Urzua, 19, are both business majors who share a Hispanic background and met at church. The duo has been planning on running for the ASG leadership since the fall of last year.  » Read more


Pair to bring relationship with Foundation, community

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April 24, 2014 | | No Comments »

Kristin Werner and Diana Ramirez are candidates in the upcoming election for president and vice president of the Associated Student Government at Mt. Hood Community College. Both are currently members of ASG: Werner is the SAB (Student Activities Board) director and Ramirez is the ASG multi-cultural events coordinator.  » Read more


Goat farmer, cosmetology student creates lifestyle

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April 24, 2014 | | No Comments »

“It’s all driven by my passions,” said Preston Hayes, an MHCC cosmetology student who has had many careers in his life — this time, it’s goat farming.
Coming from salon roots, becoming a barber seemed like a practical way to take care of his family.  » Read more


Car thefts plague campus

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April 18, 2014 | | No Comments »

Three car thefts have been reported on the MHCC Main Campus in the span of a week.
The most recent theft came Wednesday in Lot A, with the car reported stolen a 1998 Honda Civic.
That followed a reported theft on April 9, involving a 1996 Toyota Camry in lot PL, and another on Tuesday, involving a 1996 Acura Integra in lot H.  » Read more