KCC in the news: Monday, Feb. 24, 2014

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.

  • The latest edition of the Battle Creek Shopper News includes articles related to Kellogg Community College, including a cover story highlighting “Bus Stop,” KCC’s spring play being coproduced with Battle Creek’s What A Do Theatre.
  • “Local sports calendar of events/local sports notices” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The Battle Creek Central/Kellogg Community College Shootout Tournament is Saturday and Sunday, March 15-16, starting at 9 a.m. both days at both BCC and KCC. Tourney is for boys’ and girls’ teams in grades 3-6. Cost is $100 per team (three games guaranteed). To sign up or for more information, contact Kyle Klingaman at klingamank@kellogg.edu or Dic Doumanian at ddoumanian22@gmail.com.”
  • “College Notebook: KCC men hope to close season out strong; KCC women look to clinch playoff berth” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “With only four games remaining in its season, the Kellogg Community College men’s basketball team hopes it can end things on a positive note. … The Kellogg Community College women’s basketball team is looking to end its current six-game losing streak and secure a postseason berth this week.”
  • “Kalamazoo Valley Museum and Friends of Poetry to host poetry reading based on Kalamazoo’s history” (Western Herald): “Originally, this idea came from the President of Friends of Poetry, Elizabeth Kerlikowske. Kerlikowske is an instructor at Kellogg Community College and an active and published poet.”
  • “Music that makes the heart pound: ‘Carmina Burana’ storms the symphony stage” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Director Anne Harrigan leads her choir during a rehearsal for ‘Carmina Burana’ Tuesday, Feb. 11, at Kellogg Community College.”
  • “Bona talks progress with KCC board: Evaluation discussed in two-hour closed session” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Kellogg Community College President Dennis Bona spent more than two hours behind closed doors with the college Board of Trustees Wednesday, discussing his progress thus far this academic year.”
  • “Ex-KCC Foundation board chair laments administration’s influence” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The ouster of Ginger Cutsinger proved the Kellogg Community College Foundation board had been ‘reduced to a ‘rubber stamp’ board controlled by the college administration,’ the former board chairwoman said in her resignation letter.”
  • “Durham interested in KCC Foundation post: Nonprofit Alliance in grant-renewal process” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “While the Nonprofit Alliance undergoes ‘a reflection time’ as the grants that fund it come up for renewal, the alliance’s chief said she would ‘strongly consider’ taking over leadership of the Kellogg Community College Foundation on a permanent basis if she were asked to do so.”
  • “Rapper Ryan Evans is making music his own way” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The Homer native and Kellogg Community College grad said the success of local urban musicians will be up to a community.”
  • “YPSILANTI: EMU’s E-Club adds 7 new members” (Ypsilanti Courier): “Ken Behmer is this year’s recipient of the Ron Oestrike Distinguished Service Award. … Behmer served as the Director of Counseling and Dean for Student Development at Kellogg Community College for 13 years.”
  • “Shelborne Park Apartments closing: Complex may be rehabbed and reopened” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “KMG Prestige, owner of the 49-unit complex on Springview Drive near Kellogg Community College, said it has elected to close the facility because of financial trouble.”
  • “Muskegon Community College sports recap” (MLive.com): “The Jayhawks ended the week on a high note, defeating Kellogg Community College, 83-66, on Feb. 15. … The Jayhawks rebounded and closed the week with a 94-62 win against Kellogg CC on Feb. 15. “
  • “27-year prison term inspires Battle Creek author” (Holland Sentinel): “Steiner is working with homeless veterans and at-risk teens and studying for a social work degree at Kellogg Community College.”
  • “Stacy J. Hagadorn” (Sturgis Journal): “She then completed Horst School of Cosmetology in Minnesota and later received her LPN from Kellogg Community College.”

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