KCC in the news: Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013

Blaze the mascot reads a recent edition of the Bruin student newspaper.

Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.

  • “Class Notes: RMTC open house Tuesday” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Kellogg Community College said in a news release it will host an open house from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at its Regional Manufacturing Technology Center, 405 Hill Brady Road. During the event, ‘demonstrations of the cutting-edge technology inside the RMTC, faculty-led presentations and information about company partnerships and course registration’ will be offered, the release said. The open house is targeted toward those interested in becoming students at the RMTC or companies interested in partnering there.”
  • “Legacy Scholars growing pains: Popularity strains scholarship endowment” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Now in its second year, the prized Legacy Scholars program is going so swimmingly that some are concerned the $8 million endowment that funds the scholarship may not be enough to meet future demand. That concern comes though only about half of those eligible have taken advantage of the scholarship that guarantees two free years of Kellogg Community College classes to graduates of Battle Creek Public Schools and Lakeview School District.”
  • “Review: ‘The Nerd’ suffers from awkwardness” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “A lot of the first half of Kellogg Community College’s production of ‘The Nerd’ captures that long, uncomfortable feeling when a party starts to go bad. That moment when a plate of deviled eggs is a godsend, because it interrupts the embarrassing silence and gives everyone something to comment on. And then comes the party games.”
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  • “Muskegon Community College recap: Volleyball continues its winning ways” (MLive.com): “The (women’s volleyball) team’s next match is on Oct. 15 when it travels to Battle Creek to take on Kellogg Community College. … The (women’s soccer) team’s next game is on Oct. 16 when it host Kellogg Community College at 4 p.m.”
  • “Sports Briefs: 10-14-13” (Sentinel-Tribune): “The Owens Community College women’s soccer team won its ninth straight match, topping Kellogg CC 5-1, Saturday.”
  • “Christian, Burkholder Lead Express Women Past Kellogg 5-1, Winning Streak Now at Nine” (WTVG 13abc): “Kendyl Christian (Clay/Oregon, OH) and Jill Burkholder (Bryan/Bryan, OH) led the Owens Community College Express women’s soccer team to a 5-1 road win over Kellogg Community College today. … Kellogg’s Elizabeth Jarrard scored on a penalty kick at the 35:00 mark to pull her team within one at halftime.”
  • “Charlevoix’s Smith collects goal, assist for NMU women’s soccer team” (Petosky News): “Tayler Friend, a 2012 Pellston grad, had five kills and two digs for the Grand Rapids Community College volleyball team during a Michigan Community College Athletic Association win over Kellogg Community College, 25-15, 25-16, 25-19.”
  • “Pete Hanson hopes Greater Flint Area Sports Hall of Fame nod restores activity in non-traditional sports” (MLive.com): “Taking with him what he learned as a youngster in Flint, Hanson enjoyed an All-American career and won back-to-back national junior college titles in 1976 and 1977 at Kellogg Community College. He later became a team captain, all-conference player and MVP at Ball State University from 1977-79.”
  • “No. 1 Trojans Trounce Beavers in Straight Sets for Ninth Straight Win” (USC Trojans): “Head coach Mick Haley garnered his 1,199th career victory (including a 97-32 mark with the men’s team at Kellogg Community College).”
  • “No. 1 USC Sends Ducks South For 10th Straight Victory” (USC Trojans): “Trojan head coach Mick Haley recorded his 1,200th career coaching victory with the win; a mark that includes a 97-32 record as the men’s coach at Kellogg Community College.”
  • “Jim Hazel, businessman and community leader, dies at 73” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Hazel was part of the first class of Harper Creek Junior High, where he was student council president. He graduated from Battle Creek Central High School and was one of the first recipients of a scholarship offered by the Binda Foundation, allowing him to go to Kellogg Community College and what is now Ferris State University.”
  • “Prep roundup: Locals fall at boys’ tennis regionals” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “On Friday, on the courts at Kellogg Community College, squads from Pennfield, Bronson and Galesburg-Augusta battled it out in a Division 4 gathering — with local longtime tennis guru Jim Cummins serving as tournament manager in the event hosted by Battle Creek Central.”

For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest press releases online at daily.kellogg.edu/category/press-releases.