In the News–May 16, 2014

Dr. Peter L. Mora, president, was included in a Press of Atlantic City article about a state marketing campaign that will focus on attracting new businesses to South Jersey that Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno addressed during a visit to Richard Stockton College to promote workforce alignment of businesses with workers.

The Current reported on the 10th Annual Iron Student Chef Competition.

The Current printed a news release and photo from the Sigma Kappa Delta English honor society induction ceremony.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about registration for fall classes at the ACA.

The Vineland Daily Journal and The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about the New Jersey STARS open house.

The Press of Atlantic City reported on the death of former president Dr. Lawrence Winchell.

The student art exhibit was mentioned in The Hammonton News.

The South Jersey Times reported on the annual PTK Day event where Atlantic Cape students were honored for their academic achievement.

The Cape May County Herald printed a news release about online summer classes.

Chef Educator Michael Huber wrote several articles for The Press of Atlantic City, including how a Somers Point priest learned to make Polish comfort food, the creative freedom Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse Chef Norman Reola enjoys, and the new “foodie” restaurant in Ocean city, Fire on the Beach.

Adjunct instructor Helen McCaffrey penned a guest editorial for The Press of Atlantic City on sexism in sports.

Alumna Cookie Bishop-Boriss was appointed to the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation and was featured in The Current.

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