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January 20, 2011

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Upcoming Events

Leipzig to be Featured on "State of the Arts"
The life and work of MCCC Professor Mel Leipzig will be featured on New Jersey Network's "State of the Arts," airing for the first time on Jan. 27 at 8:00 p.m. According to Mel, the network has been filming him and his artwork for two years, and even asked for his baby picture.


Event Reminders -- Also see the weekly calendar of events on MLink.

Yoga: Wednesdays at noon in the gym resuming Feb. 2; Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 in PE225, resuming Feb. 7. Free for current students, staff, faculty and alumni.

What's Coming

Jan. 21-30: "A Few Good Men"

Jan 22: "The Love Bug's Hug"

Feb. 4-6: "Pinocchio"


News -- Also see "Current News"

Viking Newsletter Winter 2011 Now Online
The new issue of MCCC's Viking newsletter is now available online here. The print edition will arrive soon on campus. Whey you receive a supply, please cut the bands and put them out where students and staff can take a copy.


MCCC Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
A large audience of community members attended the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday at the James Kerney Campus, hosted by the African-American Student Organization (AASO) and Youth College. Lucia Brown-Joseph is the AASO advisor.

The keynote speaker, MCCC's Dr. Eric Watson, spoke of the power of righting the wrongs of racial injustice, and called all to give back to their community to empower future generations. Professor Alvyn Haywood served as master of ceremonies, while English Professor Noreen Duncan and Sociology Professor Renee Walker presented historical perspectives on the African-American flag and the African-American anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Youth College Director Don Davis was among the honorees. The event included jazz and dance performances. More here.

Tech Notes: What's New in Integrow
Learn more about the Integrow system and what the newest port contains in this TechNotes newsletter from MCCC's Information Technology staff. More here.

CTD to Train Contractors for Asbestos Removal
The Center for Training and Development will offer training courses for NJ contractors who work on renovation, repair and painting projects that may disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes and buildings. The NJ Department of Community Affairs is subsidizing the training through the state's community colleges. More here.

Alum Alan Delozier is Archivist and Professor
Alan Delozier is an archivist and professor at Seton Hall University. After Mercer, Delozier continued his education at
St. Bonaventure University, earning a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications with a minor in Theology. He then earned his master's degree in American History from Villanova University in 1998, and his master's in Library Science from Rutgers University in 1999. He is now pursuing his Ph.D. More here.

Updates & Info

The WWC Cafe menu

Current position openings at MCCC

The MCCC Organization Chart

Mercer in the News Online

The Times:
MCCC Nets Sweet Brookdale Victory

Events Celebrate Message of MLK

Colavita, Melker to Chair "La Bella Notte"

MessengerPress/Lawrence Ledger:
Area Chefs Reveal their Secrets

Colavita, Melker to Chair "La Belle Notte"

MCCC to Offer EPA/HUD-Approved Building Renovation Training

MCCC Celebrates King's Commitment to Service

"Amadeus," An Ambitious and Rewarding Version

Princeton Online:
Pinocchio at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre

Pennington Post:
A Few Good Men to Hit Kelsey Stage

Pinocchio Coming to Kelsey Theatre

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