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Liberal Arts Majors Pack a Punch: Fighting off Major Stigma

MWCC Student Shares Opinion on why Liberal Arts Majors Deserve More Credit For many years, our society has been under the impression that Liberal Arts majors are for those who don’t comprehend the weight of education and are ignorantly going to school for a degree they will never use; therefore, between the backhanded comments and […]

Student Profile: Eoin Haggerty

Not Just Another Student, but a Future Storyboard Creator When he was a boy, Eoin Haggerty dreamed of being a firefighter–now, he is twenty-one years old, with one year left at Mount Wachusett and with a dream of becoming a storyboard creator. When asked why he changed his life goal, he said it was his […]

Is the National Society of Leadership and Success Right for You?

MWCC Students Share the Advantages and Disadvantages of the NSLS Program Some may have heard that the National Society of Leadership and Success—Sigma Alpha Pi (NSLS), can help students achieve personal growth, empowerment, and career success, but is joining this society worth it? According to the email invitation, those who join “will gain access to […]

MWCC Offers New Forest Fire Control Course

MWCC has added a new Forest Fire Control course thanks to new full-time faculty member George LoCasio. Professor LoCasio professed that the Forest Fire Control course simulates his life as a firefighter. Students enrolled in the course will learn about S13190 certification, prescribed fires, and wildland fires, similar to the wildland fires in  California and […]

Dual Language Business Students Share Insight on Their Home Countries

Students of the Dual Language Business Administration Certificate program celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month with a Homeland Show and Tell event at the  Leominster Campus in October. Students showcased their homeland using garments, dance, art, displays and presentations on food and culture. Homelands included Costa Rica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Peru and Uruguay. Melissa […]