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Adding News Stories

  1. Go to the Dashboard for your group (blue button in the toolbar).
  2. Click the Stories tab.

  3. If you are creating a new story, click the blue + Add new. Or click on the name of a story to edit.

  4. Images are HIGHLY encouraged. Upload the highest quality image or a few images. Use the image cropper tool to select a square thumbnail that appears in news listings around the site.
  5. Fill out the rest of the form with the title and summary for your story. Make sure the summary is less than 3 lines long.

  6. You have the option to add a link to YouTube or Vimeo if you’d like to show a video.
  7. Under Story Details, use the return key (enter) to write multiple paragraphs .

  8. Click Save when finished. You can also click Save and Go to Story for a preview.

News Listing

Edit your page, and click Insert > Widget to add this widget.

Featured Story with Image or Video

These stories need to have an image. The image appears on the left. Tag the story with “right” to place the image on the right instead.

You can add a Youtube or Vimeo link when you’re editing the story (optional). 

Edit your page, and click Insert > Widget to add this widget to your page. Add multiple widgets to show more than one story.

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Kerry Walk and Peter Naccarato

MMC President Kerry Walk to Step Down in June

Vice President for Academic Affairs Peter Naccarato Appointed Interim President

Random Order

  • <div class="feature "> <div class="feature__media"> <picture class="lw_image"> <source type="image/webp" srcset="/live/image/gid/171/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/172,0,852,679/7564_blog_flores_2014_08_08_image.rev.1472490813.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" srcset="/live/image/gid/171/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/172,0,852,679/7564_blog_flores_2014_08_08_image.rev.1472490813.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/171/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/172,0,852,679/7564_blog_flores_2014_08_08_image.rev.1472490813.jpg" alt="Leonard Freed. March on Washington, 1963. MMC ARSTor." width="800" height="800" data-max-w="680" data-max-h="679" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div> <div class="feature__text"> <h2 class="h3"> Sindelt Flores ‘18: March on Washington </h2> <hr class="feature__hr"/> <div class="feature__summary"> <p> The fight for rights, the fight for a change! The March on Washington started August 28, 1963. The protest’s point was for the poor to emerge from poverty’s shadows. Michael Harrington, the author of <em>The Other America</em>, described the poor as politically invisible. The March on Washington helped them become visible. Civil rights activist Bayard Rustin believed in human power, equality, and justice. Rustin read his demands in front of many Americans, stating that the civil rights bill then before Congress needed strengthening. He listed demands to combat poverty by ending segregation between African and White Americans and by withholding federal funds from segregated programs. He also demanded the disapproval of segregation in schools, housing programs, and employment. Another issue was income. Therefore, Rustin demanded a minimum wage and job training for all black and white men to end unemployment; and a stronger Fair Employment Practices Commission. Many African Americans were excluded from protection under the 14<sup>th</sup> Amendment, Rustin demanded enforcement, which meant the right to vote, which would be the most effective way to change society.</p> </div> </div> </div>
  • <div class="feature alumni faculty-stories faculty featured-gallery top-stories"> <div class="feature__media"> <picture class="lw_image"> <source type="image/webp" srcset="/live/image/gid/45/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,0,750,1000/17822_Greenwell.rev.1528315652.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/jpeg" srcset="/live/image/gid/45/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,0,750,1000/17822_Greenwell.rev.1528315652.jpg 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/45/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,0,750,1000/17822_Greenwell.rev.1528315652.jpg" alt="Professor Erin Greenwell on the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival" width="800" height="800" data-max-w="750" data-max-h="1000" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div> <div class="feature__text"> <h2 class="h3"> <a href="/live/news/2720-mmc-professor-and-alumna-part-of-postproduction">MMC Professor and Alumna Part of Postproduction Team of Film at Cannes Film Festival</a> </h2> <hr class="feature__hr"/> <div class="feature__summary"> <p> <em>Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Arts, Erin Greenwell, and alumna Christina Remley ’17 were part of the postproduction team for Yomeddine, a film which had its world premiere at the Cannes Film festival and nominated for the Palme D’Or award.</em> </p> </div> </div> </div>
  • <div class="feature "> <div class="feature__media"> <picture class="lw_image"> <source type="image/webp" srcset="/live/image/gid/207/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,33,1160,1194/24907_Newsletter_Image_9.rev.1602012423.webp 1x"/> <source type="image/png" srcset="/live/image/gid/207/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,33,1160,1194/24907_Newsletter_Image_9.rev.1602012423.png 1x"/> <img src="/live/image/gid/207/width/800/height/800/crop/1/src_region/0,33,1160,1194/24907_Newsletter_Image_9.rev.1602012423.png" alt="" width="800" height="800" data-max-w="1160" data-max-h="1161" loading="lazy"/> </picture> </div> <div class="feature__text"> <h2 class="h3"> <a href="/live/news/3963-mmconline-issue-9-connecting-griffins-no-matter">MMCOnline Issue #9: Connecting Griffins, No Matter the Distance</a> </h2> <hr class="feature__hr"/> <div class="feature__summary"><em class="JsGRdQ">Stay connected, even while we’re apart.</em> Check out Issue #9 of MMC’s biweekly newsletter. <a class="file file_2943 lw_files_pdf" title="MMCOnline Issue #9 - October 6, 2020" href="/live/files/2943-mmconline-issue-9-october-6-2020">Read the full newsletter here</a> for information on a wide variety of campus happenings, 2020 Presidential Election events, LGBTQ History Month, and more! </div> </div> </div>


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