E-Bulletin of October 6,
of Public Speaking" Festival Oct. 21
Kathi Paluscio says, "For anyone who has ever felt nervous about
public speaking, meet 15 students who have lived to tell the tale on Wednesday,
Oct. 21 in the MCCC Quad, noon to 1 p.m. Free admission, door prizes,
music and treats.
students of all majors who once felt the ripple of public speaking anxiety
can now give a series of one-minute, powerful and inspirational speeches,
mixed with humor, joy, passion and tears! But that is not all. Meet the
Do/Don't Angels, the "Cure" for Nervousness, the Vocal Variety
Champions, and much more!
for five minutes, ten minutes, or stay as long as you like and support
the students who found their voice in the MCCC Public Speaking courses.
Bring your lunch, a scarf and a friend! And be prepared to smile! This
is one of those events that will make you feel good about what we do at
event is hosted by the Communication Division and the Student Activities
to Speak as Part of Distinguished Lecture Series Oct. 13
Norwegian-born artist Hanneline Røgeberg will present a talk entitled
"Categorical Impatience: The Work of Hanneline Røgeberg"
on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The slide show lecture focuses on the possibilities
and limitations of figuration in her work. It takes place in the Communications
Building, Room 109 at 12 noon. More here.
the Word! MCCC's Open House and Report to the Community Nov. 12
Please help us spread the word to high schoolers, parents, teachers, neighbors,
friends of the college, your contacts, etc. All are invited to our Open
House and Annual Report to the Community on Thursday, Nov. 12. Details
and online sign-up are available from the MCCC home page.
forget to sign up as well. We need a count of all who will be there, including
those who will represent the college. Press release
The Gallery Through Oct. 8: Mercer County Photography 2009
Session for High Schoolers/Parents Oct. 14
Winter Session Announced
For those seeking
to complete a college class in six weeks online or in three weeks on campus
this winter, MCCC is adding two accelerated sessions during its traditional
mid-winter break. The Winter Session will include nearly 30 courses from
across the college curriculum.
session, offered through The Virtual College, starts Dec. 21 and runs
through Feb 1. The three-week, on-campus session begins Jan. 4 and continues
through Jan. 22. Classes will be offered at both campuses and will meet
three to four days per week, both day and evening. Registration begins
Oct. 26. Details here.
Getlik Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
In her 31 years at Kelsey Theatre, Kitty Getlik has performed
just about every job one can possibly carry out at a theater. From actor
to stage manager, from directing to lighting -- even to selling tickets
-- she has done it all with the passion of a true theater lover.
her commitment was rewarded by the New Jersey Association of Community
Theaters (NJACT) with its Lifetime Achievement Award, one of the coveted
Perry Awards the association hands out annually. Getlik had no clue she
was a candidate for the award and was taken completely by surprise when
her name was announced at the ceremonies, which were held Sept. 20 at
the Doubletree Hotel in Somerset with 730 in attendance. Full story here,
written by volunteer Kevin Greczek.
Launches Newsletter Series with "E-mail Hoaxes and Urban Legends"
Information and Technology Services is launching a monthly newsletter
article that will provide the community with updates and information relating
to technology. A new link on the IT MLink page entitled "Tech Notes"
will include a monthly article. The first article, now available, is "Email
Hoaxes and Urban Legends," written by Jeff Firestone. Read it here.
Yoga Classes Moving to Gymnasium
There's room for everyone now! Helen Tanzini's popular lunchtime yoga
classes, being offered Wednesdays through the end of October, are moving
to the PE Building gymnasium. Open to students, faculty, staff and Fitness
Center members, the classes provide a mix of traditional yoga poses, stretching
and relaxation. The class starts promptly at noon and runs unitl 12:55.
Wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat.
Clothing for Adults Entering Workforce
African-American Student Organization is asking for donations of almost
new, wearable business attire to be donated to the Community Work Education
Program (CWEP.) This organization helps adults enter the workforce. Participants
are required to do community service work and attend school to receive
clothing during October to the Bursar's office or the Student Activities
Office. For more information contact Lucia Brown-Joseph at ext. 3404.
in the News Online
has a visitor from the East
for Giving" Production Pays Tribute to MCCC Theatre Professor, Playwright
Burnett Story Taking Center Stage at Kelsey
Burger Contest Planned for Mercer County
Fest Aims to Sustain Genre's Regional Prominence
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
2-11: Carol Burnett's "Hollywood Arms"
17: The Three Pigs
16-25: Bus Stop
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