When I first saw this I thought it said Maryland Community College (Which didn't make sense since Maryland is a state not a county as far as I am aware) so I guess my first issue is to address how MAYland does not stand out in this logo. the font works for a college but is bland and does not stand out.

When I first saw this I thought it said Maryland Community College (Which didn't make sense since Maryland is a state not a county as far as I am aware) so I guess my first issue is to address how MAYland does not stand out in this logo. the font works for a college but is bland and does not stand out.

You can help transform the lives of MC's students by participating in   the statewide “BIG GIVE” initiative.  Show your MC pride by  participating in our online “day of giving” hosted by the 16 Maryland  community colleges and their foundations to raise awareness in their  communities and to raise funds for their students.

You can help transform the lives of MC's students by participating in the statewide “BIG GIVE” initiative. Show your MC pride by participating in our online “day of giving” hosted by the 16 Maryland community colleges and their foundations to raise awareness in their communities and to raise funds for their students.

Montgomery College is nearly ready to break ground on a $75 million construction project that will include a new student center on its main campus in Rockville. The student center will consolidate a number of student life programs in a four-story building off North Campus Drive. The community college is eyeing a May groundbreaking after a final construction contract with Grunley Construction Co. of Rockville is approved by the Maryland Department of Public Works said Sandra Filippi acting…

Montgomery College is nearly ready to break ground on a $75 million construction project that will include a new student center on its main campus in Rockville. The student center will consolidate a number of student life programs in a four-story building off North Campus Drive. The community college is eyeing a May groundbreaking after a final construction contract with Grunley Construction Co. of Rockville is approved by the Maryland Department of Public Works said Sandra Filippi acting…

The staircase in the court of the original building at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore (MICA) --this article has nothing to do with this staircase!

The staircase in the court of the original building at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore (MICA) --this article has nothing to do with this staircase!

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Garden beds filled with native plants, parking spots reserved for fuel-efficient vehicles and plant-covered roofs that trap rainfall before it runs into storm drains: these simple steps to “go green” have turned a Southern Maryland community college into a model of conservation.

Garden beds filled with native plants, parking spots reserved for fuel-efficient vehicles and plant-covered roofs that trap rainfall before it runs into storm drains: these simple steps to “go green” have turned a Southern Maryland community college into a model of conservation.

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Poached salmon, crab cakes, beef stew, and vegetarian tikka masala are just a few of the dishes Dining Services Director/ Chef Rebecca Ritter prepares for residents at Brightview White Marsh, a senior living community in Nottingham, Maryland.  And residents love the variety.   “I make residents’ favorites and add some of my favorites to the menu every now and then,” says Rebecca. “The last one I mentioned is a traditional Indian dish. You may not think this generation would be interested in…

Poached salmon, crab cakes, beef stew, and vegetarian tikka masala are just a few of the dishes Dining Services Director/ Chef Rebecca Ritter prepares for residents at Brightview White Marsh, a senior living community in Nottingham, Maryland. And residents love the variety. “I make residents’ favorites and add some of my favorites to the menu every now and then,” says Rebecca. “The last one I mentioned is a traditional Indian dish. You may not think this generation would be interested in…

In at least a dozen states this year, educators and other workers are bracing for new attacks on their rights to collectively bargain. But if that’s the trend, at least one state is poised to buck it.

In at least a dozen states this year, educators and other workers are bracing for new attacks on their rights to collectively bargain. But if that’s the trend, at least one state is poised to buck it.

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