This student newspaper, published monthly, is a public forum for all students at MWCC to discuss what is happening on campus. Students are invited to contribute articles, letters to the editor, photographs, cartoons and drawings. This is a student-run newspaper where students have a chance to express their views, develop professional portfolio’s through publication, and practice journalistic skills.
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