Photography and Digital Imaging Coordinator Michael Dalton will introduce a screening of the film Finding Vivian Maier and lead a post-screening discussion on Monday, July 14, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Princeton Library, 65 Witherspoon Street. Vivian Maier was a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America’s most accomplished street photographers. Read more here.
It’s time for the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis and the Smith family couldn’t be more excited. Journey back in time with the Yardley Players as they present “Meet Me in St. Louis” at Kelsey Theatre. Read more here.
It’s a typical day in Dogpatch, U.S.A., but life is about to get wackier than usual. M & M Stage brings the rip-roaring, foot-stomping 1950s musical “Li’l Abner” to life at Kelsey Theatre.
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It's time to cast your ballot to select winners for the 2014 Kelsey Theatre Awards. Round 2 voting continues through August 10, culminating with the 2014 Kelsey Theatre Awards Night on Saturday, August 16. Learn more and cast your vote here.
In memory of his father, Visual Arts faculty member Lucas Kelly is raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital through participation in the Warrior Dash. To donate, click here. In addition, he has designed a t-shirt to support the hospital, which is available for sale here.
He made it! Trenton native Jesse Herrera (’05, Liberal Arts) biked 3,400 miles across the country this spring with several goals in mind. He wanted to get a unique interactive experience of America’s amazing sites and people. But he also wanted to give back to his historic hometown by raising money for MCCC. Read more here.
One of Trenton’s most well-known historical sites is getting a marketing update, thanks to the creative work of Mercer Advanced Advertising Design students. Read more here.
In late June, after they had worked for weeks hand-sculpting and throwing up to a dozen ceramic pieces each and then glazing them, it was time for students to get fired up, quite literally, during an intensive six-week Raku Workshop at Mercer. Read more here.
A member of the first graduating class of MCCC's Funeral Science program has been appointed as superintendent of one of the world's most revered burial places, Arlington National Cemetery. Read the article in The Forum, a publication of the New Jersey Funeral Directors Association, here.
For the first time in many years, Mercer will offer HIS 226 (The History of New Jersey) this fall. According to History Professor Craig Coenen, who is a member of the State 350th Historical Commission, the course commemorates the 350th anniversary of New Jersey's founding as a colony. (A number of other New Jersey colleges will offer a similar course.) The class will focus on the state’s diverse peoples and historical traditions up to the election of N.J.’s first African American U.S. Senator. It will meet Monday and Wednesday from 1:25-2:40 p.m and will be taught by Sue Kozel, a senior MCCC instructor.
Through Aug. 4: Evening Yoga classes. Summer classes are held Mondays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in PE 225. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothing.
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