E-Bulletin of January 7,
18: College closed
African American Student Organization and the JKC Student Activities Board
host a celebration of the Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
1 to 4 p.m., James Kerney Campus. Flyer here.
20: The College Assembly, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Student Center.
Professional Development Activities. More here.
Kerney Campus New Student Orientation, 10 a.m. to noon, Kerney Hall.
Jan. 24: Summer Camps Open House, 12-3 p.m.,
Student Center. (Snow date Jan. 31.)
27: Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center Rededication, 4 p.m., second
floor, Library, next to the bookstore. More here.
Students Shatter Community College Stereotypes
Adjunct faculty member Joan Goldstein recently interviewed
four students from her sociology class on Princeton Community Television
(TV30). They discussed community college stereotypes, particularly the
new TV show "Community," and how that image differs from their
experiences as hard working, serious students. They had many positive
comments about MCCC.
additon to TV30, the video is being shown on MCCC's cable TV station.
hosts a monthly TV forum, which she writes about on the "Bank Street
Alumni Blog" here.
Grad Takes Second Place in National Speaking Competition
MCCC graduate Robert Liedtka,
now at TCNJ, earned second place in November at a national speaking competition
in Buffalo. He was a TV/Communication student and a member of Mercer's
MouthWorks Troupe. According to Kathi Paluscio, he is also still active
with our TV program, and doing exceptionally well at TCNJ. More here.
in the News Online
Early for MCCC Spring Courses
Teens Triumph (Bonner leader program)
Ambition Solid Foundations for Success (Eugene Marsh story)
the Movis (MCCC Gallery)
Leaders Tutor HomeFront Teens
Reconnect With MCCC's Gallery
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
8-17: Children's Letters to God
22-24: Nelson Illusions and "Magic
with the Nelsons"
29-31: Bugsy Malone Jr.
Position Openings at MCCC
Click here for the
list of job openings on campus.
Get an update on the progress of our sports teams
Calendar of Events
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