Macomb Community College team takes fifth place in world ice art competition
Working 12- to 16-hour shifts over a three-day period in temperatures dipping to minus 12 F was worth the effort for Macomb Community College culinary arts students, Al Bock, of Clinton Township, and Brad Groszkiewicz, of Sterling Heights. They took fifth place for their ice sculpture, Octopus Garden, in the single-block abstract category of the BP 2013 World Ice Art Championship held in Fairbanks, Alaska, Feb. 26-28.
Changing Gears: The Birth of American Industry
The American Industrial Revolution transformed the daily lives of Americans as much as – and perhaps more than – any other single event in U.S. history. From September 21 – November 18, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents a wide-ranging exploration of the inventions, innovators and impact of the industrial movement nationally as well as locally in Changing Gears: The Birth of American Industry.
Students Give Early College of Macomb High Marks
While some of her friends are just beginning their freshman year of college and stressing about things like “where’s English 101,” recent high school graduate Jessica Butler, Eastpointe, Mich., is cruising along more than half way to an associate degree as a result of the Early College of Macomb.