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MCCS President Langhauser Visits SMCC; Talks budget, tuition, enrollment and retention

By Dierdree Glassford

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A week ago Thursday, Jewett Auditorium was buzzing with the chatter of a full audience as a community of dedicated faculty, staff and students, attended a tuition and fee discussion that was facilitated by SMCC President Ronald Cantor and lead by Maine Community College System interim President Derek Langhauser. 1,191 more words

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Two hoax bomb threats made locally

Last week, two empty bomb threats were made locally.

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Two football players receive MSFA award

Recently two members of Olivet’s football team received MSFA Mid West Special Team awards: Nick Paquet and Thomas Dexter.

Defensive end Dexter, a senior from Ohio, earned Second-Team honors for the week of Oct. 273 more words