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JKC to Host Open House July 12
Please spread the word! The James Kerney Campus will host an Open House for everyone seeking information about credit and noncredit programs at our downtown campus. It takes place Tuesday, July 12 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Kerney Hall.
More here.
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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 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

Why are Flags at Half Staff?
From a story in today's Trenton Times: Gov. Chris Christie ordered that flags be flown at half-staff on Thursday in honor of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons "in special recognition of his contributions to the state, people, and culture of New Jersey." Clarence Clemons represented the soul and spirit of New Jersey," Christie said in a statement. "His partnership with Bruce Springsteen and the rest of the E Street Band brought great pride to our state and joy to every fan of this music around the world. Full story here.

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Can You Identify These Students?
We have some great photos from Commencement Day, but we don't have the students' names. Can anyone help us identify the grads pictured in these photos? Please e-mail symonss@mccc.edu or call ext. 3736. THANK YOU. Photos here.
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The Classical Network Coming to New York and Philadelphia
According to the WWFM Newsletter, "You haven't heard how great classical music can sound on the radio until you've heard HD radio. In New York, you will soon be able to listen to The Classical Network on 89.9 HD2. In Philadelphia, there will soon be one fully digital, full genre classical station - The Classical Network, on 89.5 HD2. For more information on HD radios and tuners, visit hdradio.com. To see this issue of the WWFM Newsletter, click here.

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Your Chance to Vote for Kelsey Theatre Favorites
In early July, Kelsey Theatre fans will have a chance to cast their ballots for their favorite actors and production crew members who were featured during the 2010-11 season. MCCC Theatre alum Kyrus Westcott and current student Rachel Tovar will host the Kelsey Theatre Awards on Saturday, August 13, starting at 7:30 p.m. to announce the winners. There are 19 categories, including Best Actor, Best Direction, Best Choreography, and many more. Voting for Round One, which will determine the nominees in each category, takes places June 27 through July 2. Round Two, which will produce the winners, takes place July 4 through July 9. To learn more and to cast your vote, click here.

Tickets for the benefit Kelsey Awards Night on August 13 are $10, with proceeds to be used for the theatre’s equipment needs. Call the box office at 609-570-3333 for more information.

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Commissioner Receives Community College Award
On June 20 President Patricia Donohue participated in presenting the New Jersey Council of County Colleges' 2011 Community College Spirit Award to NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Hal Wirths. The commissioner was recognized for his leadership in working with the New Jersey Business and Industry Association and the New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development to provide workforce training grants to companies throughout the state through the NJBIA Basic Skills Workforce Training Program. The consortiun has trained nearly 50,000 employees at over 2,100 New Jersey businesses since its inception. More here with photo.

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Alum Albert Giple, Accountant
When Albert Giple '07 (A.S., Business Administration) left his war-torn homeland of Liberia eight years ago, he had one thing in mind: to obtain a solid education. He has accomplished his goal, thanks to his relentless thirst for knowledge and his commitment to hard work. Giple discovered his passion for accounting in high school and gained a further foundation at Mercer. He continued his education at Rutgers University, graduating cum laude with a bachelor's degree in Accounting in 2010.Today he is an accountant for Mercadien, P.C., C.P.As, a Princeton-based accounting and business consulting firm. Giple, who focuses on a broad array of taxation issues, finds his job fascinating and rewarding. More here.

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In Memory of Rich Turner
Long-time English adjunct faculty member Rich Turner died on June 16. He had retired after the fall semester. Laura Knight says, "Rich was one of the most passionate, demanding, caring, concerned instructors I have had the pleasure to know. What his wife wrote in her email to tell of Rich's passing really sums him up: 'He is at peace – and probably giving God a hard time about some of those awkward sentences in the Bible.'"
Obituary here.
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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

Centredaily.com:
A Brilliant Student, Leader Lost on Battlefield

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

MCCC James Kerney Campus to Host Open House July 12

BucksLocalNews.com:
Love's Complications Reign in Twelfth Night

Fraytak Veisz Hopkins Duthie, P.C. website
John Veisz Featured in Mercer County Community College Success Stories

Patch.com:
MCCC's James Kerney Campus to Host Open House July 12

Broadway World:
Camp Muckalucks Plays MCCC's Kelsey Theatre


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