The Magna 20-Minute Mentor Brown Bag Lunch Series continues with "How Do I Build Community in My Classroom" on Nov. 4. The discussion begins at noon in CM126B. See the full schedule here.
Career Services will offer a series of peer group discussions throughout the month of November, beginning on Monday, Nov. 4. The discussions are designed to give students insight on how how to achieve a work-life balance as they manage school, studying, family, and work. Additional discussions will be held on Nov. 11, 18 and 25. All sessions are from 3 to 4 p.m. in SC210. Read the flyer here.
The Trenton Campus will host the Annual Health Fair to be held on Wednesday, Nov. 13, from noon to 1 p.m. in Kerney Hall, Room 229.
Blood pressure screenings, eye exams, information on mental health, advice on diet and cancer prevention, and much more will be offered.
Also, representatives will be at the Health Fair to help those without medical insurance to get enrolled.
For more information, please contact Linda Ertingu ext. 3165 or at email@example.com.
The American Association of Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) and the African American Student Organization (AASO) will host "Money Matters: Helping You Handle College and Real Life Finances" on Friday, Nov. 15, at noon in SC104. The event is open to all students and staff. Fiah Gussin from PNC Bank will be the keynote speaker, and lunch will be served. Please bring a personal care item (deodorant, toothpaste, facial tissues, etc.) to be donated to local womens shelters for the holidays. Read the flyer here.
The Student Activities Office is hosting a Thanksgiving Program with Sally Jones on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at noon in SC104 featuring a free Thanksgiving lunch and program. Look for notices going out in the upcoming week inviting college staff and students. Contact Danielle Garruba to reserve your tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 3412.
Celebrity stylist Stefon Allen (aka Zoe Dupree) brought his "Styling School" to the Trenton Campus, with more than 20 students and community guests attending the two-hour workshop. Dupree gave tips on how to network, make a brand, and break into the world of fashion. Read more here.
In its ongoing effort to showcase the talents of its baseball players, the Mercer baseball program, headed by Coach Kevin Kerins, hosted Scout Day on Oct. 26. Read more here.
According to Head Coach Erin Cahill-Wetzel, runners Cai-Cai Hahn and Rachael Wilson have stepped up late in the season, helping the Vikings finish second at the Region 19 Championship on Oct. 27. Read more here.
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