E-Bulletin of October 28,
Lecture by Acclaimed Photographer
Thomas Roma Nov. 5
Internationally acclaimed photographer Thomas Roma, a professor
and director of the undergraduate and graduate Photography Program at
Columbia University School of the Arts, will present a visual and poetic
journey of 1950s northern New Jersey in his talk, "Recent Works:
Photography Through the Lens of Thomas Roma," on Thursday, Nov. 5
at 12 noon in CM 110. More here.
Yoga Classes Extended
Yoga classes have been extended through the semester. Wednesdays, 12 to
1 p.m. in the main gymnasium. Bring a mat.
17-Nov. 12: "Connect"
with Art at MCCC Gallery
29: Blood drive at the Blood Mobile of the Community Blood Council, parked
in Circle 6, by the Student Center & FA Building, 9 a.m.4 p.m.
Bring a Photo I.D.
4: Lecture by Rider Prof: "On Life Support: The New Jersey Labor
Movement in the 21st Century," 12 noon in CM 107.
12: Community Open House and Board Report, The Conference Center at Mercer,
4:30 to 7 p.m. Please sign up now and help spread the word!
12: Holocaust Center film "Weapons of the Spirit," 12 noon in
CM109, followed by panel discussion.
13: Staff/Faculty in Football Classic, 4:30 p.m. Email Francis
20: MCCC participates as Food Network Chef Ellie Krieger Presents "So
Easy," 7 p.m., RWJ Hamilton Center for Health and Wellness
Fair Draws Crowd to JKC
Hundreds of students and community members learned about careers in science
at a Science Fair Oct. 22 at the James Kerney Campus. The fair was made
possible by a grant from the Delaware Valley Innovation Network (DVIN)
of Philadelphia, which promotes a skilled and talented life science workforce
in the Delaware Valley.
member Linda Gaylo applied for the grant and organized the event, which
was designed to promote science as a career to those who might not otherwise
learn about opportunities in fields such as biology, chemistry and anatomy.
Honored by Mercer Chamber of Commerce
The college received the "Community Service Award" at the Renaissance
Ball of the Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 24. "We recognize
and admire the college's activities and programs and the far-reaching
impact they have had on individuals, businesses and families that were
educated, trained and involved with the college, particularly at the James
Kerney Campus." said Michele Siekerka, Chamber president.
Proceeds from the event help support the Arts and Business Council of
Trenton, and the YWCA of Trenton.
Richardson Honored by NAACP
MCCC Board President Rev. William E. Coleman, Jr. and Dr. Beverly A. Richardson,
former vice president for college advancement and JKC provost, were both
honored at the NAACP awards dinner Oct. 25. Also honored were MCCC alumni
Zane Dion Clark, Sr. (Community Service Award), Paul D. Mclemore, Sr.
(Legal Award), and Hazel Stewart (Community Service Award).
Smiles on the Brave at Survivorfest 09
says, "On Wednesday, October 21, in the Student Center Quad, under
a perfect sky, a group of 15 students from all majors gathered to present
the third annual Public Speaking Fall Festival. This year
the festival got a new name, 'Survivorfest 09!' a blend of heartfelt speeches,
music, comedy, free snacks, prizes and a few fake speech-anxiety attacks.
Amid fluttering streamers and electric guitar, one by one, 15 students
who had successfully completed CMN112. Mercer's highly transferrable Public
Speaking Course, and hungry to show off their new skills, crafted humorous
and very touching messages for the crowd."
Tith the help of Prof. Kathi Paluscio, Director of Student Activities
Danielle Garruba, the Student Activities staff, Student Government Association,
Media Services and Facilities staff, the student hosts rolled out quite
a welcome for the 80 or so students, staff and faculty who stopped by.
Su-Mei Yu Presents at MCCC
Author of three
cookbooks, world-renowned chef Su-Mei Yu gave a presentation at MCCC on
Oct. 23. A specialist in Thai cooking, Yu demonstrated how to make almond
milk, and gave audience members a sample. Photo here.
in the News Online
Hosts Open House; Invites Community
Director Earns Lifetime Award
Can't Do Science, Can They (Joan Bennett, to speak at MCCC Oct. 27)
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
30-Nov. 8: Equus
13-22: The Producers
21: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
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