KCC in the news: Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012

Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. To view the original posts, click through the links in the organizations’ titles.

  • The Battle Creek Enquirer posted a photo gallery including photos of founding Kellogg Community College faculty member Sid DeBoer, who will speak at the college’s historical marker dedication ceremony on Oct. 14. The gallery also includes photos of early days at the college from KCC’s online Digital Archives. (DeBoer is pictured above, at the far right, giving students an anatomy lesson in a picture from the archives dated 1963-64.)
  • Fire Engineering magazine posted an article about emergency training for the NASA Ames Fire Department in California to be held Oct. 3, 4 and 6. The article says the training will involve the use Kellogg Community College’s aircraft rescue fire fighting (ARFF) trainer. Click here for more information about KCC’s ARFF trainer from a page on the college’s website.
  • The Battle Creek Enquirer posted a regional sports roundup including briefs dedicated to Kellogg Community College’s women’s soccer and volleyball teams. Of the volleyball team, the article notes, “The Lady Bruins are 7-10 overall, but are 4-3 in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association West Division, good enough for fourth place. The top five teams in the West will advance to the NJCAA District F Tournament.” Of the soccer team, the article says, “The Lady Bruins are 3-7-1 overall, but still looking for their first MCCAA victory after going 0-4-1 in conference play thus far.”

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