E-Bulletin of January 12, 2007
Business Magazine Features Dr. Donohue in Cover Story
The cover of this month's "Mercer Business Magazine" features
Dr. Donohue with three members of MCCC's award winning 2005-06 women's
tennis team. Entitled "The New Year Brings New Leadership to MCCC,"
the article is not online but you can read it
Photographer to Speak at MCCC Feb. 1
Thomas Roma, a professor and director of photography at Columbia University,
will present an overview of his work at MCCC on Thursday, Feb. 1 at 12
noon, as part Mercer's Distinguished Lecture Series. It takes place in
in the News
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Kerney Campus to Participate in College Goal Sunday
High school students and their families from Trenton will learn how to
navigate the financial aid system, and will receive hands-on assistance
with required paperwork, at College Goal Sunday on Jan.
28 at the James Kerney Campus. Mercer's
Financial Aid and James Kerney campus staff members will participate for
the second time in this statewide event. One $500 scholarship will be
Active With MCCC Exercise Classes
Mercer continues to offer exercise classes for staff and faculty each
Tuesday and Friday in PE 119, from noon to 12:45 p.m. Our very own Helen
Tanzini provides a challenging aerobic workout on Tuesdays, while instructor
Renee Phifer leads a stretching and strengthening class on Fridays.
All are welcome. A
limited number of mats and weights are available. Participants should
bring their own if they have them. If you wish to be added to the e-mail
list for time changes and other updates, contact Wendy Humphrey at email@example.com.
Lately? Come to Weight Watchers on Campus
Area instructor Sally Jones brings the successful Weight Watchers program
right to MCCC on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. in AD107. A new series will begin
on Jan. 23. Cost is $186 for 17 weeks. Students and family members are
also encouraged to attend. For more information contact Barbara Marx at
Instructor Conducting Vienna Boys' Choir
MCCC was mentioned in the program of
the Vienna Boys' Choir in Austria this December, when a former Camp College
children's chorus instructor, Andy Icochea Icochea, conducted.
Appointed choirmaster of the Vienna Boys' Choir in 2005, Icochea is a
native of Lima, Peru and a graduate of the Westminster Choir College in
to Kelsey Theatre
5-14 -- "The Baker's Wife"
20 -- "The Russian American Kids Circus"
26-28 -- "James and the Giant Peach"
3 -- "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"
9-18 -- "For The Glory! -- The Civil War Musical"
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