The HRIM Breakfast Class will serve breakfast from Monday through Wednesday next week. Seatings will run from 7:15 - 9 a.m. in ES111. Complete breakfast prices begin at $3.
From Andrea Lynch, Study Abroad Coordinator: "As you may be aware, eight Mercer students, two community members, and two faculty members visited Cuba as part of a faculty-led study abroad experience from May 18 - 26. On Thursday, June 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. in CM104, the group will be doing presentations about their experience in Cuba. If you are interested to learn how Cuba is evolving today, come and hear what our students and faculty have to share."
A photography exhibit featuring MCCC alumna Alina Bliach ('06) comes to the Gallery at Mercer June 13 to June 24. Entitled “A Voyage of Many,” Bliach's exhibit includes images and stories of 45 Cuban immigrants over the past half century in their new American homeland. Each photograph is accompanied by a printed excerpt from interviews conducted by Bliach.
A public reception with the artist will be held on Saturday, June 13 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Read more here.
MCCC will celebrate the work of two of its most renowned artists and instructors during “Trenton Makes: Art and Artists in Trenton.” The reception will feature the donation to MCCC of the painting “Fashion Design, MCCC Campus,” by Professor Emeritus Mel Leipzig and the debut of a book chronicling the photography career of the late Lou Draper, “Louis H. Draper: Selected Photographs.” Leipzig will also display four other major works, including “Lou and His Son.” The reception will be held Sunday, June 21, from 3 to 5 p.m. in James Kerney Hall. Read more here.
Registrar Joan Guggenheim and Kelsey Theatre Administrative Specialist Amy Bessellieu were presented with awards in recognition of their service to the college and the community at MCCC’s Annual Employee Recognition Ceremony. Read more here.
Trenton Hall Annex, a soon-to-be constructed building on Mercer's Trenton Campus, will be a work of art, thanks in part to a $60,000 grant from Investors Bank, in partnership with the Roma Bank Community Foundation. Read more here.
Mercer Fashion/Apparel Design and Fashion Merchandising students had two big moments in the spotlight this spring. In late April, as part of the Trenton Campus's Open House, two student groups revealed colorful, creative window displays at Trenton Hall as part of a Fashion Merchandising competition, and just days later, they turned up the lights in dramatic fashion at their "20/20: The Edge of Tomorrow" runway show in James Kerney Hall on May 2. Read more here.
More than 300 Trenton Campus youth program participants and their parents packed Kelsey Theatre on May 2, when Youth College students were honored during a Saturday morning ceremony. Read more here. See the Facebook photo album here.
Twenty-two graduates of the MCCC Nursing Education program received their diplomas during a pinning ceremony May 19 in front of a packed house in Kelsey Theatre that included family, friends, and faculty members. Read more here. See the Facebook photo album here.
The fourth annual William Paterson University at Mercer graduation on May 8 was the biggest yet, with nearly 50 bachelorís degree candidates and their families celebrating this educational milestone during a ceremony at The Conference Center. Read more here. See the Facebook photo album here.
Brandon Davis and Tyler Sincoskie, the no. 1 and no. 2 singles players, respectively, on Mercer's menís tennis team, competed at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III National Championship hosted by Collin College in Plano, Tex., May 11-15. Their performance was solid enough to earn Mercer a seventh place finish overall. Read more here.
The MCCC baseball team entered the Region 19 tournament as the no. 1 seed and had high expectations for another Region 19 title and a return trip to the NJCAA World Series, but it was not meant to be. Despite the unhappy conclusion, Head Coach Kevin Kerins still believes this Vikings squad had the stuff of champions, completing the season 38-12 and ranked as high as no. 9 in a NJCAA Division II baseball poll. Read more here.
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