Criselda Moodyman lights a candle during the induction ceremony for the Alpha Chi Psi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges, March 26 on the Bullhead City campus of Mohave Community College. The following were also inducted into PTK during the event: Kimberly Alonzo, Jenele Bailey, Melissa Berman, Nichole Cope, [...]
Ten performers put their best foot forward in front of a capacity crowd March 31 as the Bullhead City campus of Mohave Community College hosted the first March of Fools Talent Show. The varied program, performed by MCC staff, students and instructors, included accordion music, dance routines, singing, musical comedy, a martial arts display and [...]
A certified hypnotherapist will discuss the benefits of hypnotherapy at a Coffee at the College presentation April 13 at noon on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College. Paul Bailey’s talk, “Mastering the Magic of Your Mind,” will cover how hypnotherapy can help some people change certain behaviors such as smoking and nail [...]
Mohave Community College students and their immediate family members will have the chance to dive beneath the surface of the South Pacific and observe the habitat and behaviors of the more than 5,000 creatures that make their home on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – all without ever leaving their MCC campuses.
Mohave Community College’s Paralegal Film Series continues April 13 with a free showing of the feature-length documentary “Maxed Out: Hard Times, Easy Credit and the Era of Predatory Lenders.” The showing, at 7 p.m. in Room 210, will be followed by a discussion of the legal issues raised by the film, facilitated by paralegal resident [...]
Two local students will have the chance to compete for a $2,500 scholarship after placing first in this year’s Optimist International Oratorical Contest, hosted March 26 by the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College.
Ronnie Sikes, a second-semester student in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Mohave Community College, examines an artificial wound as part of a special learning unit for first-year students, March 25 on the Lake Havasu campus.
Bullhead City Campus Dean Shawn Bristle participated in a first-hand demonstration of the skills of three Mohave County Sheriff’s Department K-9s Thursday when he donned a “bite-suit” and was “attacked” by the highly trained dogs. The K-9s and their human MSCO partners visited the campus for a Coffee at the College presentation.