“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” a production being held at the college, was mentioned here by The Press of Atlantic City.
The “Taste of the Gala” held at the Academy of Culinary Arts was featured here by Atlantic City Weekly.
The college hosted the first of a series of public forums on the region’s economy Feb. 26, and was mentioned in this article from the Mays Landing Current.
Rita Michalenko, associate professor of art, was featured in this article from the Ocean City Gazette.
Three Atlantic Cape employees were nominated here for Atlantic City Weekly’s “Top 40 Under 40.” They are Andre Richburg, dean of enrollment management and college relations; Richard Russell, assistant professor of English; and Tara Pyfrin, adjunct professor of English.
An upcoming blood drive taking place at CMCC was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.
Christina P. Clemans’ appointment to the Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees was featured here by The Cape May County Gazette.
Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this article from Salina.com.
The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this article from the Mays Landing Current regarding Kelsey and Kim’s being named ACIT’s business partner of the year. Kelsey and Kimberly Jackson are a husband and wife team who attended Atlantic Cape and own and operate three local restaurants: Kelsey and Kim’s Soul Food and BBQ in Pleasantville, and Kelsey and Kim’s Southern Café and Kelsey’s, both in Atlantic City.
The college was mentioned here by 101.5 regarding laid off casino employees looking for employment.
The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this article about Restaurant Week from the Brigantine Beachcomber.