Greetings from the Worthington Atlantic City Campus – May 15, 2015

By Linda Palmer

Lenape Indians Presentation

Monique Holliday in Lenape Indian clothing.

Monique Holliday in Lenape Indian clothing.

Worthington Atlantic City Campus Student Services hosted a Lenape Indian presentation, April 30.  Attendees were entertained by renowned archaeologist John T. Kraft, formerly a professor at Seton Hall. His lively presentation was an overview of the eastern Native Americans from pre-history to the present day. Along with a slide show, Kraft brought a collection of artifacts for students and staff to view, and described many of their uses. He dressed Monique Holliday, Business Office, in standard garb with a papoose and protective axe.

Lenape Indian food holders.

Lenape Indian food holders.

Artistic Talent Revealed

Warm, toasty holiday feelings from this board helped with the winter doldrums, until spring arrived.

Warm, toasty holiday feelings from this board helped with the winter doldrums, until spring arrived.

The changing seasons brought out various changing bulletin boards and Student Services’ own “Tree of Transformation” (Room 145).  Pictured are artistic boards designed and prepared by Karla Rosado and Carmen Cabrera, Admissions, and the tree, displaying a Cinco de Mayo theme.

Cinco de Mayo theme - Alice Rainey and the “Tree of Transformation.”

Cinco de Mayo theme – Dr. Alice Rainey and the “Tree of Transformation.”

Admissions’ artistic talent brightens the cafeteria at the  Atlantic City Campus.

Admissions’ artistic talent brightens the cafeteria at the Atlantic City Campus.

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