KCC in the news: Thursday, April 3, 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.

General News

  • “BCFD seeking new recruits: Fire inspector at KCC today” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Jones, the department’s fire inspector, will return to the student union at Kellogg Community College tomorrow looking for applicants for firefighters.”
  • “Battle Creek looking for firefighters” (WWMT Newschannel 3): “On Thursday the department will be on the Kellogg Community College campus looking for people who want to be firefighters. They will be on campus from 10:00 am to 12:30.”
  • “Ten events for job seekers scheduled though April” (Southwest Michigan’s Second Wave): “There will be a Battle Creek Regional Job Fair with Kellogg Community College from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, April 17 at the Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek. For questions, call 269-660-1438.”
  • “Evolution of an artist: Exhibit covers 40 years from Ellie DeVries” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “When Ellie DeVries, 77, started taking art classes at Kellogg Community College, it was 25 years after earning her first bachelor’s degree for teaching.”
  • “Stay active during spring break” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Find out what the up and coming artists of West Michigan are doing with a student exhibit at the Rogue Artist Movement Gallery, 117 W. Michigan Ave. The opening reception is 5 to 8 p.m. April 11. Work will come from Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Kellogg Community College, Olivet College and more.”
  • “What Does Public Innovation Mean?” (Southwest Michigan’s Second Wave): “It is about how communities generate and re-generate themselves. For example, The Harwood Institute is working with partners in Battle Creek, Mich. – including the local United Way, Chamber of Commerce, Kellogg Community College, Project 20/20, BC Pulse and the city government. These entities are focused on addressing issues concerning vulnerable children in a way that altogether changes how they and others work together in the community.”
  • “City may hire groups to gather public input in manager search” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The Beacon Community is a three-year community-improvement initiative that is a collaboration between the Maryland-based Harwood Institute and the local United Way. It is funded by a $1.4 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and includes members of organizations such as Kellogg Community College, the Battle Creek Area Chamber of Commerce and city officials.”
  • Today is Thursday, which means a new edition of the Battle Creek Shopper News. The free publication often includes several articles related to Kellogg Community College.

Athletics News

  • “Western Michigan Squares Off With Ohio in Weekend MAC Series” (WMU Broncos): “Mayle is a transfer from Kellogg Community College, where he was a JUCO All-American … Mayle did not allow an earned run and struck out seven over 7.2 innings as Western Michigan defeated Miami on the road Saturday, 2-1.”
  • “NIU baseball knocks off Valpo” (WREX 13): “Valparaiso accounted for one more in the bottom of the fourth inning as relief pitcher Dirk Ormsby (Ligonier, Ind./Kellogg Community College) allowed four free bases to allow the run. However, Ormsby also recorded two-straight strikeouts to make way for Justin Ruckman (Kankakee, Ill./Herscher), who forced a line out to end the inning.”

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