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What's On Your Mind? Email Questions or Attend the Town Hall Meeting, Feb. 6 in the Cultural Arts Center Gallery

President's Corner

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Dr. Pollard's Public Schedule is Available on Inside MC Online

Arts at MC

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"Once Supon A Time" Exhibit in King Street Gallery - Feb. 7 - March 13


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Montgomery College Interior Design Students Earn NEWH Scholarship

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Rockville Campus Recreation Program Begins Feb. 3

MC Books & More

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Students May Use Remaining Student Financial Aid at MC Books & More

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Expert Speaker Holly Kearl Presents Feb. 13 on "Street Harassment: What Is It and How to Stop It"

HR, Dev. and Engagement

It's Academic

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Alumna Su Meck Releases Book

Campus Sports News

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The Athletic Department is Offering Physicals This Friday to Prospective Spring Athletes

MC By the Numbers

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Winter Session Enrollments Dip Slightly, but Student Success Continues to Grow

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February is Black History Month and President's Day on MCTV

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Renaissance Scholars, Intellectually Challenged and Shown the World - Check Out the "County Report This Week"

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Check Out a Workshop on Evernote: A Note-taking Tool to Help Keep You Organized During the New Semester

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Alumna Su Meck Releases Book, Appears on CBS and CNN

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Category: EDU - General (Inside MC staff use only)

Published: Feb 5 2014 8:24PM

Imagine awakening one day and not recognizing your husband or your two children, and having no memory of your life. This unbelievable-but-true story happened at 22 years old to Su Meck, a Montgomery College alumna, who suffered a traumatic brain injury when a ceiling fan fell on her head. Released February 4, 2014, <i>I Forgot to Remember</i> is Meck's memoir, which documents her struggle and eventual triumph in relearning how to read, care for her herself and her family, and even graduate from Montgomery College.

Written with former <i>Washington Post</i> reporter Dan de Vise, <i>I Forgot to Remember</i> was inspired by de Vise's front page story celebrating Meck's 2011 graduation from Montgomery College. Meck has since transferred to Smith College in Massachusetts, and will graduate in May.

On <b>Tuesday, February 4,</b> Meck and her new book were featured on "CBS This Morning." CNN's Anderson Cooper conducted an interview with Meck on his show "Anderson Cooper 360" <b>Wednesday, February 5</b>.

If you are interested in purchasing a copy of <i>I Forgot to Remember</i>, our own MC Books & More will have copies in stock this week at 20% off the cover price.

To hear more about Meck, listen to this brief interview at:

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