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Radio Club

A new Radio Club is starting up at MxCC and they are looking for members. Be apart of the College’s Internet streaming radio station and help develop programming! The Radio Club meets Mondays from 12-12:50 p.m. in the Center for New Media during the semester. To learn more, contact Professor Rich Lenoce, club advisor, or visit the radio’s website.

Film Club

If you have an interest in film and video production, and you want to surround yourself with students just as passionate about learning the ins and outs of the industry, then consider becoming a member of the MxCC Film Club!

Film and media production is a competitive business, and one of the club’s goals is to function like a collaborative production-like meeting. This format allows students to connect with fellow peers and industry professionals to better prepare them to enter the job field. The club gives students the freedom to mentor one another, provide hands-on workshops, discuss ongoing projects, and review and watch old and new movies or short films.

Film and media production is a competitive business, and one of the club’s goals is to function like a collaborative production-like meeting. This format allows students to connect with fellow peers and industry professionals to better prepare them to enter the job field. The club gives students the freedom to mentor one another, provide hands-on workshops, discuss ongoing projects, and review and watch old and new movies or short films.

The MxCC Film Club meets Fridays from 12-4 p.m., Chapman Hall, Room 629 (Lower Level), in the Center for New Media. For additional information students can contact John Shafer, Coordinator of Communications/Broadcast Cinema, and advisor to the club at jshafer@mxcc.edu.

Journalism Club

Be a part of the MxCC Journalism Club and have your voice heard throughout campus. There’s nothing like seeing your name printed above a story you’ve written, a photo you’ve taken, or a design you’ve created. By being a part of the club you will have the opportunity to write for the school newspaper, The Flying Horse. It’s a way for your stories to keep students informed, help perfect your writing skills, and build your resume. Students interested in contributing articles should contact newspaper advisor John Shafer. View the online edition here.