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ASG President and Vice President find new ways to reach students

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September 18, 2014 | | No Comments »

 
 
Throughout the summer, new ASG (Associated Student Government) president Alma Pacheco and vice president Cristian Urzua went over their campaign promises and analyzed their  efforts to concretely define their goals.
Their main goal was to raise student awareness on the many opportunities Mt.  » Read more


Expert advice on getting aquainted with MHCC

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September 18, 2014 | | No Comments »

Initially walking onto a college campus can be confusing and intimidating if you don’t know what you’re doing, said veteran MHCC Academic Advisor Calvin Walker.
The first thing that new students at Mt. Hood should note is the improved website this year.  » Read more


Leaking pipes lead to discovery of asbestos

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September 18, 2014 | | No Comments »

Leaking pipes in the Vista Dining Center led Mt. Hood’s facilities personnel to the discovery of asbestos in ceilings over the Student Union this summer.
The facilities department replaced all of the piping in Vista during the summer, for the first time since the campus opened.  » Read more


Welcome Day tours begin

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September 18, 2014 | | No Comments »

Welcome Day tours are scheduled to be given today, from 9:50 to 10:50 a.m. and from 11 a.m. to noon.
Students and faculty will assist in leading the tours. Most student tour guides are part of MHCC leadership programs. “Everybody from SOAR, SEED, and ASG are here to help,” said Sydney Frost, SOAR team leader and manager for recruitment, orientation & testing.  » Read more


Six instructors receive recognition from Foundation

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June 5, 2014 | | No Comments »

Six members of Mt. Hood’s faculty received annual Distinguished Teaching Awards recognizing their outstanding contributions to their students. They will also get a $500 stipend award, which they will receive during a presentation at the MHCC District board meeting scheduled for Wednesday.  » Read more


Working toward medical school to help heal others mentally, physically

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June 5, 2014 | | No Comments »

Beija Robbins has been the only Mt. Hood student to be nominated by three separate individuals for The Advocate’s profile of the month this school year.
Robbins will graduate with two degrees — an Associate of Science and Art — before transferring to Washington State University Vancouver with a full-ride tuition scholarship.  » Read more