Monterey Peninsula College News
Browse past news stories for Monterey Peninsula College in Monterey, CA.
- Panetta invites farmworker to State of the Union
is the president of the Dreamers in Action Club at Monterey Peninsula College, where he graduated in 2019, according to a news release. Panetta is one of the sponsors of ...
- Cabrillo falls victim to trick play, loses bowl game to rival Monterey Peninsula | Living Breath Foundation Bowl
SALINAS — Lobos fans howled in support of Monterey Peninsula College’s victorious football team Saturday. Conference rival Cabrillo exited the field quietly after ...
- Monterey Peninsula College names interim superintendent/president
MONTEREY – David Martin, Monterey Peninsula College vice president of administrative services, has been selected to serve as ...
- Colton Bird commits to Monterey Peninsula College football, Brennen McNabb to Chemeketa Community College ... - Pamplin Media Group
Bird, an all-state second-team linebacker, announced his intent to study at and play football for Monterey Peninsula College (Calif.) McNabb, an all-state first-team wide receiver, will attend and pl ...
- Dan and Joanne Albert honored by Monterey Peninsula College - Monterey County Herald
Monterey >> If you're going to celebrate Monterey Peninsula College's importance to the community, there's no better way than honoring the people who go back to its ear ...
- History of Monterey Peninsula College - Examiner.com
Since 1947, Monterey Peninsula College (MPC) has been operating as a Junior College in the Monterey area, which includes Monterey, Seaside, Marina, Pac ...
- Lecture on Place Names of Monterey County at Monterey Peninsula College - Monterey County Weekly
Historian and author Meg Clovis speaks about place names in Monterey County and the people, geography and history behind them. Upcoming dates. Wed, Mar 16 @ 1:30 pm · Add to iCal. Sc ...
- JC football: Monterey Peninsula College looks to bounce back - Monterey County Herald
To read past previews and see video previews of each team, as well as interviews with coaches and players, go to montereyherald.com/prepnation. Monterey >> There are parts to work with ...
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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the 2019-20 school year for over 14 million college students. Read on to learn the impact of COVID-19 on current students and how colleges around the country are reacting.