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James Tolin Memorial Fund's "Die Mommie Die"
As part of its ninth annual theater benefit weekend, the James Tolin Memorial Fund (JTMF) brings the campy, outrageous spoof "Die Mommie Die" to Kelsey Theatre this month.
According to Tracy Antozzeski, JTMF's co-founder and president, the actors and production staff welcome the chance to come back to Kelsey Theatre each year to honor the memory of James Tolin, an MCCC Theatre alumnus who died in 2002. "We are very excited to work with these fine actors and are looking forward to another memorable and incredibly fun production," Antozzeski said. More here.
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Breakfast Club Summer Special!
MCCC culinary students will be serving breakfast! The Breakfast Club Summer Special is $3 per person, and will be served from 7 to 9 a.m. on June 2, 7, 8, 9, 14 and 15 in ES 111. Come out and support our students!

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

June 4-5 : Mercer Dance Ensemble presents "Poetry in Motion" at Kelsey Theatre June 4 at 7:30 p.m. and June 5 at 2 p.m., featuring MCCC dance students and community dancers. More here.

June 7 - 14: Mel Leipzig Exhibit at The Gallery featuring MCCC People. Opening Reception June 7, from 5 to 8 p.m.; Closing Reception June 14, from 5 to 8 p.m. Click here for an artwork sample.

Yoga: Wednesdays through Aug. 10 at 12 noon in FA 129, and Mondays 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!"

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Current News -- Also see "Current News" online

MCCC Awards 1,098 Degrees
The college awarded 1,098 associate degrees and certificates at Commencement ceremonies on May 26. Keynote speaker, Dr. Richard K. Greenfield, served as the college’s first president from 1966 to 1975. He spoke about the planning and building of the West Windsor campus, which was dedicated in 1972, as the college transitioned from Trenton Junior College. “As members of the rising generation you will form the core leadership of our country…. You have had the personal courage to change your lives in response to your needs and aspirations." More here. More photos on Facebook here.
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Top Students Awarded at Honors Convocation
During Mercer's Honors Convocation, which preceded commencement on May 26, the college recognized the academic achievements of close to 100 special graduates at Kelsey Theatre. As proud family members and friends looked on, MCCC faculty and administrators presented students with academic certificates and scholarships in honor of their achievements. Among the honorees were 15 members of Alpha Theta Gamma, MCCC's chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, 19 NJ STARS graduates, and nine Honors Program graduates.
More here with photos.

Please spread the word that all of the Honors Program photos are now on Facebook for graduates to view and download. See them here.

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Yvonne Greenbaun is Distinguished Teacher
For Yvonne Greenbaun, teaching mathematics at Mercer is not a job, but a calling. Her devotion to teaching was recognized at the college’s Commencement ceremonies on May 26, when President Patricia Donohue presented her with the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award. Selected by students and her colleagues for the honor, Greenbaun is herself a graduate of MCCC.
More here.
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Nursing Program Recognizes Grads
Twenty Nursing graduates stood proudly before family, friends, staff and faculty on May 24 during a pinning ceremony at Kelsey Theatre. Each student was pinned by Dean Linda Martin and congratulated by President Donohue and Vice President Generals. Valedictorian Gicheru Njeri Mwariri said, "You are the majority shareholder of your life...Only you can decide whether or not you will move mountains." Photos here.

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MCCC Students Visit Harlem, Al Sharpton
The Harlem of yesterday and today was etched into the consciousness of 12 MCCC students as they visited historic sites and met with civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton during a May 7 excursion. MCCC faculty member, Dr. Eric Watson, accompanied the students on a full-day tour to experience some of the political, cultural and literary history that shaped the Harlem Renaissance. More here.
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The Bernie Awards: Lights, Camera, Action
Talented Mercer video students experienced a small-scale version of the Academy Awards, as they received formal recognition for their final projects on May 23. Judged by teams of faculty and professionals, winners were announced in such categories as “Best Screenplay,” “Best Editing,” “Best Cinematography,” and “Best Actors.” Photos here on Facebook.

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Men's Tennis Finishes Third in Nation
The men's tennis team came up big at the NJCAA National Tournament in Plano, TX, May 16-20, finishing third in the country in Div. III. According to Head Coach Marc Vecchiolla, each member of the squad contributed to the team total. "It was a wonderful tournament with a great group of guys," he said. "Any time you travel together, you get so much closer." Vecchiolla notes that Mercer's third place finish is one of the program's best ever and that the three top teams were all from Region 19 and dominated the tournament, winning all nine flights. More here with photos.

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George Steill Obituary
We must regretfully pass along the news that George Steill, husband of retiree Lynn Steill, a long-time MCCC staff member, passed away on Friday. Linked here is the obituary as published in the Trenton Times.

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Updates & Info

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Current position openings at MCCC

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Mercer in the News Online

The Trenton Times:
MCCC Graduates 1,098 Students During Commencement

MCCC Commencement Photos

June Brings Plenty of Action to the Area (last item)

Patch.com:
MCCC Dedicates Four Sculptures by Artist Richard Kemble

James Tolin Memorial Fund Is Back with “Die, Mommie Die!” Annual Benefit at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre June 24-26

CentralJersey.com:
MCCC Dedicates Four Sculptures by Artist Richard Kemble

Alison Noll Returns to Tennis and Earns National Title at No. 1 Singles for MCCC

MercerSpace:
Four males graduate MCCC nursing program with honors

MCCC Dedicates Four Sculptures by Artist Richard Kemble

Broadway World:
James Tolin Memorial Fund Is Back With "Die Mommie Die"

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