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Cyrus Ndolo MWCC Named to President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll September 29, 2016 - Only Community College in the Commonwealth to Receive Economic Opportunity Distinction Mount Wachusett Community College has been named to the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, for exemplary community service programs. With a strong institutional focus on economic issues facing our communities, the college is one of only five community colleges across the […]
Domestic Terrorism from a Law Enforcement Perspective Panel Discussion At Forum in Gardner, Law Enforcement Officials Express Frustration Over Domestic Terror (The Telegram & Gazette, September 26, 2016) September 29, 2016 - GARDNER – The best way to remain safe from domestic terrorism is to notify the authorities when someone is “acting off,” because the Federal Bureau of Investigation can’t stop random terrorist acts and won’t likely know about it until it has already occurred, according to law enforcement officials. A panel of law enforcement officials talked […]
united-way-day-of-caring-mwcc-sept-16-2016 MWCC Volunteers Package 46,872 Meals During Annual United Way Day of Caring September 16, 2016 - A group of nearly 200 enthusiastic volunteers at Mount Wachusett Community College worked in shifts throughout the day to more than double last year’s efforts to combat hunger in the region. Through the college’s Center for Civic Learning and Community Engagement, students, faculty and staff teamed up in assembly lines to package 46,872 meals to serve […]
sept-11-cards-2016 Community Service Project Marks 15th anniversary of 9/11 September 12, 2016 - MWCC student volunteers are collecting notes of appreciation for first responders in the region who put their lives in jeopardy for the sake of others, as a way of honoring the nearly 3,000 victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. For the second year, the activity was coordinated by the college’s Center of Excellence for […]
MWCC President Daniel M Asquino A Message from President Asquino September 8, 2016 - It hardly seems possible that three decades have passed since I first arrived at Mount Wachusett Community College. Yet a look back at the many innovative programs, initiatives and events that have transpired provides proof that we, as a college community, have not only grown, but are blazing a trail into the future. Over the […]
img-0019-1_orig Exhibit of Abstract Paintings by Professor John Pacheco on Display at MWCC’s East Wing Gallery September 8, 2016 - An exhibition of recent abstract paintings by Mount Wachusett Community College Professor John Pacheco is on display in the college’s East Wing Gallery through October 4. Pacheco’s work is influenced by abstract expressionists and artists that saw spiritualism in the process of painting and the contemplation of color and abstraction. “Painting abstractly, I can compose […]