E-Bulletin of November
Soccer Going to National Tournament
There is one happy ending for MCCC soccer teams in the Northeast District
Soccer Tournament, played at the MCCC Soccer Complex Nov. 7-9. The Mercer
men will advance to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
tournament in Phoenix, AZ, later this month, while the women lost a hard-fought
contest in overtime. But all of Mercer's soccer players can take pride
in their performance during the tournament and throughout the season.
to Live Without Limits Talk Nov. 13
Bryan Golden will lecture on Dare to Live Without Limits: How to
Unlock Your Mind to Attract All You Want Thurs., Nov. 13, noon -
1:15 p.m. in CM 109. Golden
is a professor, speaker, author, and nationally syndicated columnist.
For more information, contact Tim Moran, ext. 3354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus to Host Poetry Slam Nov. 14
(From Margarita Leahy) We would love to see all of you and your
students on Friday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m. for our first ever JKC Poetry
Slam. We will be hanging out (like a beatnik) at the Center City Cafe
with an open microphone to hear poetry. Dinner will be available for $5.00.
for the flyer. Reply to email@example.com.
Israeli Food Author to Speak at MCCC Nov. 18
Janna Gur, author of "The Book of New Israeli Food" will visit
MCCC and give a presentation to business and culinary students on Tuesday,
Nov. 18, 6 p.m. in ES 111. She is the founder and chief editor of "Al
Hashulchan Gastronomic Monthly," the leading Israeli food and wine
magazine. Read a review of her book here.
There are about 25 extra seats for those interested in attending. RSVP
to Doug Fee at firstname.lastname@example.org or at
Animation Festival Nov. 19
New Student Siggraph Chapter presents a night of short animated films
from the Siggraph International Computer Animation Festival. See some
of the best animated films from around the world on Wednesday, Nov. 19,
CM 107, from 7:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. The event is free and open to the
public. Popcorn will be served. Reply to Michelle
Barfoot, Digital Media Arts, ext. 3458.
in Mercer County" Event Nov. 22
The Trenton/Hamilton/Valnerina Sister City Relationship (Gemellaggio)
cordially invites the public to attend a program celebrating the achievements
and contributions of Italians in Mercer County on Saturday, Nov. 22 at
the Conference Center from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will explore
the Italian experience since the time of mass immigration to New Jersey.
Preservation and promotion of the heritage will be illustrated through
guest speakers, student panels and artwork from the Hamilton Township
School District, and student performances from the Trenton Childrens'
Chorus and Trenton High School.
Services Plans International/Interfaith Events Nov. 17-21
18, 12 - 1 p.m., International Education Week Multicultural Festival
19, 12 - 1:15 p.m., Abraham's Table Interfaith Dialogue Unity Luncheon,
Call Amy at ext. 3531 for more information.
21, 6 - 10 p.m., ISO Movie Night presents "Darfur Now,"
Student Activities for November
The Yoga class for Wed., Nov. 12 has been postponed. Class
will take place on Wed., Nov. 19 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. in PE225. Join us for our extra yoga class on Mon., Nov. 24, from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in PE225. This is the final class of the semester.
The SGA Book Fair takes place on Mon., Nov. 24 in the Student Center
Cafeteria from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., offering quality books and gifts up
to 80% off retail price!!! Join us for some holiday shopping for a good
cause, All monies will be used for food baskets to provide a holiday for
a needy family. Sponsored by SGA and the Student Activities Office, West
Don't forget non-perishable food items for the Greater Mercer County
United Way. Collection boxes for the Thanksgiving Baskets are located
outside of the Student Activities Office at WWC and next to the Security
area at JKC.
Smith to Speak on Rattlesnakes Dec. 4
MCCC Biology faculty member Ron Smith will shed light on a New Jersey's
endangered species in his talk, "Rattlesnakes and Military Operations:
Friends or Foes?" as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series. The
presentation will take place Thursday, Dec. 4 at 12 noon in the Communications
Building, Room 109. More here.
Part of MSNBC News Story
Peter Fretwell is quoted in this story about support for public radio.
Program Hosts Special Guests
Students in the MCCC Education Program learned valuable career lessons
during a special presentation on Oct. 31. Sponsored by Alpha Gamma Tau,
Mercer's chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in
Education, the lunchtime event drew a large group of Mercer's future teachers.
Presenters included James Lopers of the NJEA and Peter Yeager of ETS.
Talent Search Has Moved
The Educational Talent Search program has moved to the new Daylight-Twilight
High School building, 135 East Hanover Street, Tower A, Suite 501, Trenton,
NJ 08690. Please note for future use. New telephone numbers are:
Brown, Director, Suite 502, (609) 439-5435
Mayer, Counselor, Suite 501, (609) 439-5347
"Craig" Nelson, Counselor, Suite 501, (609) 439-5114
Ritchie, Administrative Specialist II, Suite 501, (609) 656-4879
for Continuing Studies Offers Gift Certificates
"No one needs another fruitcake!" is the headline for a flyer
promoting gift certificates for noncredit classes through the Center for
Continuing Studies. Giving a gift of education is a great idea for this
holiday season, says Nancy Nicholson. Click here
for the flyer and form.
in the News Online
Abudmad Leads Mercer to Nationals (Men's Soccer)
Mercer Falls in Overtime (Women's Soccer)
Cabrera Propels Mercer to Final (Men's Soccer)
Teaching Children the Afrikan Way
Vikings Cruise to District Title
Coming to Kelsey Theatre/Studio
14-23: Theater Students Perform Ibsen's "A Doll House" and "Hedda
14-23: The King and I
22: Nate the Great
29 - 30: Hansel & Gretel
Program Events for Oct.-Dec.
Announced Upcoming Events
Gifted Artists Explore Light at MCCC Gallery Now Through Dec. 18
Venturi to Lecture on Famous Architects Nov. 19
Center to Show Two Films Nov. 20
Ready for MCCC's Dec. 4 Community Event
MouthWorks Show Dec. 6
MouthWorks!, Mercer's Comedy Troupe in its 7th year, performs a hilarious
show, "Jello Baby," Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. and Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. in
the Black Box Studio Theatre -- CM 122. Admission is free, along with
coffee and baked goods. No reservations are required, and the show is
rated PG. Kathi Paluscio says "Come early for seats." For more
information call Kathi at ext. 3454.
Position Openings at MCCC
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list of job openings on campus.
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