E-Bulletin of February 10, 2004
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Spring is near so mark your calendar now for MCCC's 2004 Commencement
and Honors Convocation --Thursday, May 27.
The governor's office has a press release on its website about the announcements
he made last week at our conference center on workforce development.
Students Featured at TAWA Exhibit
As part of its 25th anniversary year, the Trenton Artists Workshop Association
(TAWA) is hosting "Dark Room --FA 107" a juried exhibition
of work by MCCC's outstanding photography students. The exhibit features
both black and white and color photographs created by students in the
dark room and digital photography studio.
The exhibit will be displayed from Feb. 13 to 23 at the ARTWORKS gallery,
Stockton Street in Trenton. An opening reception will be held Friday,
Feb. 13 from 7 to 9:30 p.m., which will include a "Sweetheart"
sale of high quality photographic prints (at discounted prices from
$150 to $300), and a celebratory raffle with prizes including an Epson
printer, dinners at area restaurants and fine arts photographs.
Gallery hours at ARTWORKS will be Friday, noon to 3 p.m. and 5 to 7
p.m., Saturday, noon to 5 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more
information contact the Photography lab at ext. 3715.
Cruise to Canada
with Your Friends at Kelsey Theatre
The staff and friends of Kelsey Theatre
are cruising to Canada aboard the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas
and invite members of the staff and community to join them. The huge
ship shoves off from Bayonne, N.J., on May 30 and returns on June 4,
Kitty Getlik predicts that it's going to be a great trip. "Not
only can we expect every fantastic amenity the ship has to offer, but
it is a fundraiser for Kelsey Theatre, so the theater will receive a
portion of all proceeds," she said. Getlik notes that the Kelsey
Theatre crowd is a lively, friendly group that is planning to make the
most of its five days at sea.
The ship will follow the coast up to Canada with stops
in St. John, New Brunswick, and Halifax, Nova Scotia. Onboard attractions
include a promenade shopping mall in the center of the ship, skating
rinks, rock climbing wall, miniature golf, indoor and outdoor pools,
casino, children's activities, a jogging/walking track, fitness center
and more. The ship has a four-star rating and is known for its superior
service and gourmet dining.
Prices begin at $660.25 per person and include accommodations, all
meals, activities, entertainment, taxes and fees. Reservations are due
by Feb. 21. Contact Colleen or Frank Robinson at CruiseOne in West Windsor
for more information or to register: 609-275-0335 or 1-800-941-2469,
or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Travelers should mention Kelsey Theatre
when they call. More details about the Royal Caribbean cruise line are
available at www.cruiseone.com/crobinson.
"Romance and Addiction"
Dr. Mildred Pollner will show her documentary
"Romance and Addiction" on Thursday, Feb. 12 at noon in CM
110. The documentary looks at the sexual games in advertising, the socialization
process they reinforce, and the role models they present. Details
Art Schwartz Article
The Hispanic Outlook magazine has published an article by Art Schwartz
that can help students take exams, especially math exams. Called Improving
Test-Taking Skills in Mathematics, "it's an easy-to-read,
helpful, student-oriented piece," says Tom Wilfrid.
The article makes ten suggestions to help students study, conquer their
fears and approach tests with more confidence. "Test-taking is
a learning process," Schwartz says.
The article is not available on-line. If you would like a copy contact
Saveria Symons, ext. 3736.
Mel Leipzig to Lecture
on Realist Painters
Professor Mel Leipzig will present a talk entitled: "Realism in
20th Century American Painting" on Thursday, March 4 at noon as
part of Mercer's Distinguished Lecture Series. Details
The Center for Continuing Studies will
offer the "Small Business Financing Extravaganza" on March
4 at the conference center. Details
Two March seminars will address emergency planning
and security issues for businesses. Details
Educational Talent Search at the James Kerney Campus will offer a "Study
Skills and Time Management Workshop" on Thurs., Feb. 26 from 6
to 7 p.m., Kerney Hall. Registration is required. Call ext. 6684 or
Staples Gives Catalogs/Goodies
Mercer's Purchasing Office coordinated an open house with Staples last
week that gave staff members the opportunity to receive new catalogs
and free samples. Pens, photo paper, tap, snacks and more were given
to all visitors. The attached photo shows
Staples representative Diane Chiger, with MCCC's Lisa Polascak and Wendy
Lancaster of Purchasing.
Retirement Party Thanks
Thanks are due to all who planned MCCC's
big retirement party on January 23. Bill Mate led the committee, which
was composed of Susan Busch, Lynn Holl, Marie
Anne Rosso and Elaine Stout. Thanks
go also to Jackie Dunn, Bill Downs, Filamena Vasta and Linda Davidson
for their usual fine job on the food preparations.
Fundraiser for Big
MCCC's Jeff Zygmunt will be bowling for a Big
Brothers/Big Sisters (BBBS) fundraiser "Bowl for Kids Sake"
on Saturday, March 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Colonial Bowling Lanes,
2420 Brunswick Ave., Lawrenceville. He is seeking supporters to help
him raise funds. According to Kim Cody of BBBS, "Jeff Zygmunt has
been a long-time supporter of Bowl for Kids Sake and has raised thousands
of dollars to support mentoring programs. This is your chance to make
a difference in the lives of children in your community."
For more information email email@example.com
or call ext. 3231. If you would like to bowl, call BBBS at 609-656-1000.
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