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Six Flags Great Adventure Ticket Discount
The James Kerney Campus Student Activities Board has tickets on sale now for Six Flags Great Adventure, for the discounted price of $12. The tickets are available at KC218, at the bursar’s window. There is a limit of three tickets per person. Terrence Carter says "Use them anytime you want this summer and have a blast!!!"

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Event Reminders -- Also see the weekly calendar of events on MLink and the College Calendar

June 30: William Paterson University will host an Open House for those wishing to learn about its bachelor’s degree programs at MCCC, 6 p.m. in the Communications Building, Room 108. Flyer here.

Yoga: Wednesdays through Aug. 10 at 12 noon in FA 129; and Mondays and Thursdays through Aug. 15 at 5:30 p.m. in FA129.

Zumba: Tuesdays and Thursdays through Aug. 11 at 12 noon in FA129.

What's Coming

June 10-19: "Blithe Spirit"

June 24-26: "Die, Mommie Die!"
(See JTMF podcast here.)

July 1-10: "Twelfth Night"

July 8-9: "Camp Muckalucka"

July 15-24: "Oklahoma!"

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Current News -- Also see "Current News" online

MCCC Partners with Tech Schools for Health Science Academy
For high school students who already have their sights set on careers in health care, the Health Science Academy at the Mercer County Technical Schools' Assunpink Center is proving the ideal place to earn a high school diploma -- as well as prepare for the rigors of college. Through a partnership with MCCC, students are benefitting from a challenging curriculum and will be taking college classes at Mercer by the time they are high school juniors.

According to MCCC Vice President Guy Generals, this collaborative program reflects a growing movement in education to help high schools better align their curriculum with what students will encounter at the college level. "The entire curriculum for this program was developed with input and discussions between MCCC and the technical school," Generals said.
More here.
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MCCC Pitcher Drafted by Chicago Cubs
James Pugliese can finally stop wondering where he will be suiting up next season. Scouted by the pros during his freshman season at Mercer, Pugliese, of Hamilton, was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 18th round of the 50-round MLB amateur draft. The 6'3" right-hander will be missed on the mound for the Vikings, says Head Coach Matt Wolski. More here.

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Support The Jennie DeLapo Memorial Scholarship Fund
Retiree Jennie DeLapo, who passed away on March 14, was employed by the college since 1973 and saw Mercer as her second family. In her memory, her family, friends and former colleagues have established the Jennie DeLapo Memorial Scholarship Fund as a way to honor her and the programs she cared so much about. If you would like to contribute, please make check payable to the MCCC Foundation, with a note in the memo area: "Jennie DeLapo Memorial Scholarship." Submit your check to the Accounting Office. For further information contact Renata Fusco at ext. 3654 or Lynne Nelson at ext. 3298.

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Greenfield, Scheid Interviewed on "Views and Voices"
You can listen to webcasts of recent WWFM "Views and Voices" radio shows, linked here, including a two-part interview with former President Richard Greenfield and an interview with Veterans Services Coordinator Paul Scheid, with a tribute by faculty member Kathi Paluscio for MCCC alumnus Lt. Omar Vazquez, who was killed in Iraq in April.

This Saturday at 7 p.m. "Views and Voices" will focus on the recent growth of Mercer's Virtual College.
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Updates & Info

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Current Position Openings at MCCC

The MCCC Organization Chart
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Mercer in the News Online

CentralJersey.com:
MCCC Partners with Mercer Co. Technical Schools to Provide College Classes for Health Science Academy


Love's Complications Reign in "Twelfth Night" at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre

PrincetonOnline:
Love's Complications Begin in "Twelfth Night" at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre July 1-10

MercerSpace:
Two MCCC Employees Selected for Special Recognition

MCCC Staff Lend a Hand to Habitat for Humanity

MCCC Partners with Mercer County Technical Schools to Provide College Classes for Health Science Academy

Patch.com:
Lawrenceville Resident Selected for Special Recognition at MCCC

MCCC Partners with Mercer Co. Technical Schools to Provide College Classes for Health Science Academy

Yvonne Greenbaun Receives MCCC's 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award

Fall in Love with "Oklahoma" at Kelsey Theatre

Spend an Imaginary Day at Camp with T-Bone in "Camp Muckalucka" at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre July 8-9

"Die Mommie Die" Benefit at Kelsey Theatre

Broadway World:
Camp Muckalucka Plays MCCC's Kelsey Theatre July 8-9

Twelfth Night Plays MCCC's Kelsey Theatre July 1-3

James Tolin Memorial Fund is Back with "Die Mommie Die"

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