Editor’s Note: This story is written in first person as the author’s experiences are important to share.    My life changed forever the night I almost died. “911, What is your emergency?” “It’s my wife. Her dog woke me up. Her blood sugar is 13. Come quick; nothing is helping. SheContinue Reading

Editor’s Note: The author has participated in previous UCC plays, one of which is discussed within the article. Although last term Kat Grammon was the only student in theater director Bart McHenry’s Acting 1 course, McHenry’s task to reboot the theater program in a post-pandemic era is slowly getting studentsContinue Reading

Imagine if student loan forgiveness gave those with $50,000 or less in student loan debt a free pass, allowing them to avoid having to pay it back. Since adding student loan forgiveness to the U.S.’s already high national debt would cost nearly $1 trillion, the forgiveness program is still pending.Continue Reading

It’s not the cleaning fairies who pick up the scraps of trash on campus after hours, it’s the often forgotten-about custodial staff. Custodial Supervisor Rosario Fauver and seven staff members are in charge of cleaning all of campus and four other buildings off campus. The staff works Monday through Friday,Continue Reading

A new space in Tapoyta Hall has been fascinating students and faculty who have been peering in, trying to figure out the odd equipment inside. The room, classroom 18, now is called the Innovation Hub. What is an Innovation Hub? It’s a place where STEM students can dream with theirContinue Reading

Culture is hard to define. The library exhibit from Nov. 1 through Nov. 9 argues that language is the primary and deepest root of culture.  Nicholas Tratz, UCC Spanish associate professor, was the UCC representative who helped bring the Endangered Alphabet Exhibit. Dana Pertermann, a professor at Southwest Community College,Continue Reading

Many students and staff have been wondering what happened to one of the staples of the campus and why it had been off for so long. “It’s symbolic. The fountain shut down at the start of the pandemic, and now that we are back it’s up and running,” Dan Ruch,Continue Reading