E-Bulletin of August 9, 2007
Assembly Aug. 22; New Location
The College Assembly on Aug. 22 will be in the Student Center cafeteria.
Beginning at 9 a.m. there will be juice and coffee, with the meeting beginning
at 9:45. Luncheon will follow.
Women" Coming to MCCC
What do you get when you combine 70 of the region's most outstanding women
artists with 70 women activists, adventurers and artists from the last
century? You get a combustible mixture of art, history, and life -- "Dangerous
Women Two" -- one of the season's most unique installations. The
multiple-media exhibition will be at The Gallery Sept. 4 through Oct.
Needed at The Gallery
Because of expected popularity of "Dangerous Women," The Gallery
would like to extend its evening and weekend hours, so additional docents
are needed. To learn more about volunteering as a docent, call (609) 570-3588
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Transitions" a Huge
More than 50 people
-- non-traditional students looking to come back to MCCC in some way --
attended Mercer's "Adults in Transition" Open House on Aug.
8. Attendees included those interested in credit and noncredit programs,
certificate programs, and those thinking about retiring. According
to Lorna Strang, the event provided information about different routes
to career success and personal enrichment.
In an effort to help returning adult students who have been away from
a structured academic environment, Mercer begins a new program this fall
entitled "C.A.R.E." (Classes for Adults Returning to Education).
Courses will help participants overcome test-taking anxiety, review basic
math operations, and enhance reading and writing abilities utilized in
the College Skills Placement Test.
Mercer's Facilities staff members have been working hard for the past
several weeks on the central quadrangle. They have completed a new drainage
system, a retaining wall and installed the sod this week. Photos
in the News Online
to read recent MCCC publicity stories.
Inverso to Speak at Chamber Meeting
The Princeton Chamber of Commerce has invited Charlie Inverso, Mecer's
mens soccer coach, to speak at its September 7 luncheon meeting/Trade
Fair, at 12 noon at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village. The Chamber
has supplied this writeup.
More than 2,000 children ages 6-16 have had fun while learning new skills
at MCCC this summer. Busy campers participated in a wide variety of programs
and activities offered through Camp College, Tomato Patch Visual and Performing
Arts Workshops, and Sports Camps. For images of summer '07, click
Tapped for Advisory Council
Lucille Davy, Commission of the New Jersey Department of Education, has
invited Professor Ellen Benowitz to serve on a new statewide Career and
Technical Education Advisory Council. Rochelle Hendricks at the Department
of Education told Ellen that she was selected in recognition of her many
years of service as the state chair of FBLA/PBL in New Jersey. She will
begin her term of service this fall.
Walk Set for Sept. 16
Save the date! The
college will again participate in the American Heart Association's Heart
Walk, set for Sept. 16 this year at Mercer County Park. Registration is
at 9:30 a.m. Amy Iseneker will serve as college coordinator. For the past
several years MCCC participants have raised more than $7,000 each year.
Whether or not you walk, you can make a donation or solicit donations.
Set for May Commencement/Honors
Mark your calendars! Commencement ceremonies have been set for next spring
-- May 22 at 5:30 p.m. The Honors Convocation will also be on May 22 at
Kelsey Theatre, earlier in the afternoon.
Great Adventure/Hurricane Harbor Tickets
Camp College has discounted Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor tickets
for sale. Great Adventure Tickets are $26.50 and Hurricane Harbor tickets
are $23.00. Please contact Trish Venanzi at ext. 3291.
Be Loved" Features MCCC Theatre Folks
Loved" opens this Sunday, August 12 as part of FringeNYC 2007. Three
alumni of the MCCC Theatre program -- Michelle Wood, Deena Jiles and Josiah
DeAndrea -- are featured in the show, along with current student Erik
A. Rojas (NYC debut). Kelsey Theatre staffer Kate Pinner is doing costumes
and Robert Terrano serves as technical director. The show is written by
Alex DeFazio and directed by MCCC Theatre Program Coordinator Jody P.
Person. Performances will be presented at the Lafayette Street Theatre
(Fringe Venue #16, 45 Bleecker Street at Lafayette). Dates and show times
are: August 12 at 2:45 p.m.; August 15 at 3:45 p.m.; August 18 at 2:30
p.m.; August 23 at 9:15 p.m. and August 24 at 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 and
are available by calling 212-279-4488.
Soon to Kelsey Theatre
11 -- "Nosing Around on the Road
17-18 -- "Angels As We Fall"
recent grad Josiah DeAndrea, with students and alumni as actors)
17- 26 -- "Once On This Island"
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