The computer hardware recycle event sponsored by the Mohave Community College Computer Club (MC4) and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality will take place from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 5 with pickup at three locations. In Bullhead City the truck will be at the city’s Public Works Yard at 1285 Alona’s Way.
The computer hardware recycle event sponsored by the Mohave Community College Computer Club (MC4) and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality will take place from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 5 with pickup at three locations.
Old computers, printers and scanners can be safely recycled instead of going into the trash bin. The Mohave Community College Computer Club (MC4) members will be joined by employees of MCC’s Information Technology staff, to take in scrap electronic equipment at its Kingman, Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City campuses on Saturday, March 5.
Students in General Chemistry II debuted a pair of posters chronicling last year’s class visits to municipal water and sewage treatment plants, Thursday on the Lake Havasu City campus of Mohave Community College. The posters, which can be viewed in the hallway of Building 200 on the campus, visually document the processes involved in treating [...]
Representatives from six four-year colleges and universities will be available to answer students’ questions on Thursday, March 3, from 5 to 8 p.m. on Mohave Community College’s North Mohave Campus in Colorado City.
One in three adults age 65 and over suffers a fall each year, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Falls have risen sharply over the past decade and sent 2.2 million older adults to emergency rooms in 2009. Lake Havasu City physical therapist John Twomey will offer tips for improving balance and preventing [...]
By now it is no secret that the education system in the United States has fallen far behind other nations. The statistics are staggering. Among 30 developed countries, the U.S. ranks 25th in math and 21st in science.
Who better to explain dental health to Bullhead City kids than the Tooth Fairy. February is National Children’s Dental Health month and Yvonne Ramirez, Mohave Community College second year dental hygiene student, decided she would be the tooth fairy for Bullhead area students.
The Kingman Wild West Society will keep the west alive at Mohave Community College Neal Campus Kingman. The amateur acting troupe is dedicated to performing historical re-enactment, live history and fictional stories of the western era.