MxCC Students Come Home With Awards from “48 Hour Film Project”

Sep 1, 2013 – Three MxCC students Dan Dalhstrom, Hollie Kinney, and Andrew Saxe, along with MxCC’s Film Industry Training Program graduate, Kerey Viswanathan, took home two awards from the 48 Hour Film Project.  The team’s short film titled John & Clara won the Best Writing Award and the Audience Award. “Being able to participate in this film project was my first real experience …

MxCC Unveils New Classrooms

Aug 28, 2013 – As students returned to campus today, they were welcomed back with brand new classrooms in Chapman Hall! Room 605 has been transformed into a high-definition screening room, complete with new carpets, furniture, and updated technology to maximize the learning experience. Rooms 610 and 612 have been combined into a new media production classroom with updated computers with …

Center for New Media in The Middletown Press

Aug 12, 2013 – MxCC’s Center for New Media was featured in an article in The Middletown Press. The piece highlighted the different changes coming to the College, including the renovation of Chapman Hall for the Center for New Media. “One of the big construction projects is the creation of the Center for New Media in Chapman Hall. All the media …

Renovations Begins in Chapman Hall

Jul 23, 2013 – Renovations in the lower level of Chapman Hall began this week as part of phase one for the cutting-edge Center for New Media. Phase one, set to be complete for the Fall 2013 semester, includes updating and combining existing classrooms. After phase one is complete, there will be a high definition screening room, a new media production …

Training Video Produced By MxCC Used By the National Park Service

Jul 22, 2013 – The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and MxCC’s Corporate Media Training Center have recently completed a new educational video designed to assist local fire departments with forest fire protection. This 10-minute video titled “Handline Construction for Forest Fire Control” was used by the National Park Service for their wildland fire training class. The video …