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Excuses at "MouthWorks" Performance
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innovative program began with 12 students in 2002. Two years later there
is a combined total of 52 students enrolled at both MCCC and Essex County
College, which started the program a year ago. Because of its success,
PSE&G is exploring plans to further expand the program, using MCCC
as its model. Photos
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 10 to 10:30 p.m. the club airs an edited version of Mercer's Late Night Series performances. (The open mike show takes place in the MC3 Studio Theatre on Friday evenings.) The club taped and aired the student show, "Vietnam: Letters and Remembrances," and will tape the MouthWorks show in December.
broadcasts of selected men's and women's basketball games also began
in November. Photos
Program Celebrates 25th
of the evening were program graduates who enjoyed getting together again,
including a graduate from the program’s very first graduating
class, Betty Baran. “Our graduates have gone on to work in nearly
every major law firm in the area,” McCormick said. “Many
work for state government and local businesses, and some have gone on
to law school.” Photos
Lab Director Speaks at Mercer
to Helen Tanzini of the science faculty, students lined up after the
lecture to speak with Dr. Brettel. "He really connected with the
students," she said. Photo
Brings Science to Grammar Schools
The theme of this year’s observance, “Health and Wellness,” was the inspiration for five creative, hands-on experiments. Approximately 625 students in 30 classes expressed their appreciation with ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs.’ “Each year the presentation gets a little bigger and a little better,” Tanzini said. “We get a feel for what works. We want to give kids the message that science is exciting, fascinating, and yes, fun!”
The elementary schools included Dutch Neck in West Windsor, Grace N. Rogers in East Windsor, Morgan and Langtree in Hamilton, Eldridge Park in Lawrenceville and Challenger School at Fort Dix. The college students were accompanied by MCCC faculty members Bruce Chorba, Linda Falkow, Yvonne Greenbaun, Diane Hilker, MaryAnn Norcross and Helen Tanzini, and Rider professors Bruce Burnham and Alex Grushow.
great cards of appreciation from children are linked here.
are now available from from the Italian Culture Hour (courtesy
of Robert Delgado)
SAT Preparation Course
Art on Display
The Chorus performs on Tuesday evening, Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m. Conducted by Music Director Marjorie Herman, D.M., the program will feature a varied mix of sacred selections alternating with lighter fare. Included are the Gloria from Mozart’s Missa brevis in F (K. 192), and the Lutkin Benediction, as well as carols from around the world. The Chorus is made up of college students and musicians from surrounding communities.
The Jazz Band performs on Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 8 p.m. and will feature standout improvisations by jazz students. Directed by James Kelly, the band will present classics such as Dizzy Gillespie’s A Night in Tunisia and Miles Davis’ Four, as well as standards from the great American songbook including Cole Porter’s Night and Day, Richard Rogers’ Have You Met Miss Jones, and Hoagey Carmichael’s perennial favorite, Georgia on My Mind. The program will include Professor Kelly’s own arrangement of the Gershwin classic, Summertime.
The Mercer County
Symphonic Band performs on Wednesday evening, Dec. 22 at 8:00 p.m. In
addition to traditional seasonal selections, the program will include
original music by contemporary American composers, transcriptions of
classical compositions, traditional marches and other popular selections.
Troupe to Present “No Good Nigga Blues” Dec. 10
Tickets are $5 at
the door, and all funds go to the MCCC Drama Club. More
of "The Christmas Story"
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