Members of the Mt. Hood community have several ways to give back this holiday season.
ASG Director of Community Affairs Jhoselyn Hernandez put together the Holiday Food Drive, and is in charge of coordinating Barney’s Pantry.
For students who may be unaware, Barney’s Pantry is just a room filled with food and toiletries. » Read more
A couple of weeks ago, Sunny Klever, MHCC Foundation development officer, retired from her position after 16 years at the college.
According to Al Sigala, director of foundation and alumni relations, it was because they “couldn’t talk her out of staying.”
Judi Charman, former Foundation development specialist, will slide into Klever’s position. » Read more
MHCC’s Forensics team had an exceptional weekend at the 42nd Annual Mike Dugaw Smelt Classic, hosted by Lower Columbia Community College on Nov. 8-9.
Every team member won awards and the Mt. Hood team finished in first place for community colleges and came in third in the overall sweepstakes. » Read more
The Associated Student Government’s (ASG) themed “Casino Night” attracted high-rolling students to a night of fun on Nov. 12.
Orchestrated and funded in its entirety by the ASG, the event started at 5:30 and went until 7:30 p.m., in the Student Union. » Read more
. . The Reader’s Cup – the small café in the MHCC Library, next to the exit doors – might be ready for operation in early December, according to Megan Dugan, Library manager.
Mt. Hood switched food service providers last summer because Chartwells did not submit a bid to continue its business with the college. » Read more
For the last 40 years, MHCC’s “Something Wonderful Project” has given back to East County families in need. This year, the students, staff, and volunteers involved are helping to carry on the tradition.
This organization reaches out to families in the area with students who attend Mt. » Read more