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Please Join us as we explore and discuss various titles of "Banned Books" that have sparked controversy and changed the face of literature in American classrooms. MJC Professor Chandra Howard and MJC Librarian Susan Cassidy will lead an interactive virtual session. This virtual event will take place September 29 at 1:00. Sign up to receive the invitation in your email.
This presentation, entitled Viruses: An Introduction to Virology and Coronaviruses is part of an ongoing series of lectures from Modesto Area Partners in Science. In this talk, presented online at 7:30 on Sept. 25, Dr. Lucas will answer the questions: What are viruses? Are they living? How can they have such an impact, especially in 2020 with Covid-19? Lucas will also talk about non SARS-CoV-2 coronaviruses.
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A University of California Board of Regents special committee has nominated Alexis Zaragoza to be the 2021-22 student regent. "I am a product of California Community Colleges, specifically MJC and that is a huge point of pride for me. MJC gave me my start and helped me figure out who I wanted to be. I am forever grateful and honored to give back and serve."
Every semester the costume shop provides employment for several Federal Work Study students and as a result many of them end up loving the experience so much they stay. This summer as others might be basking in the sun, or reading books, these MJC students will be dedicating their time to keeping us all safe.
Tania Barjesteh has service to others in her blood. Both her mother and her grandmother are nurses. A graduate of the MJC Nursing program in 2016, she currently works at Doctor's Medical Center. Like most MJC students, Barjesteh did not have a linear path into nursing; she worked as a Vet Tech before making the decision to go into nursing.