In the News — Oct. 30, 2015

newspaperThe Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com article about the South Jersey Food and Wine Festival.

The college was mentioned in this Courier Post article about a young Mays Landing woman who sustained traumatic injuries from a car accident, but hopes to attend college.

The college was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com post about a new organization, The Cape May County Council for Young Children.

NJBIZ.com posted here about a Introduction to Entrepreneurship workshop, sponsored by UCEDC, being held at the college, as did the Press of Atlantic City here. 

The Academy of Culinary Arts restaurant, Careme’s, was mentioned here by the Press of Atlantic City, and here by the Burlington County Times.

SNJToday featured the college in this story about security measures at South Jersey colleges.

The Press of Atlantic City featured the college in this article about reaction to a threat of violence to a university near Philadelphia.

The college’s Holocaust and Genocide Studies program was mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com post.

SNJToday featured the college’s annual human pink ribbon in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month here. 

The Press of Atlantic City did a feature story on the recent passing of Professor Martin Marino.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted here about the Cape May  County Campus’s 10th Anniversary Community Day being planned, as did the Cape May County Herald here and the Press of Atlantic City here.

The Cape May Campus’s 10th Anniversary Community Day was featured here by the Press of Atlantic City, here by ShoreNewsToday.com, and here by the Cape May County Herald Newspapers.

The Press of Atlantic City featured the college’s recent NJC4 Phi Theta Kappa Community College Completion event here. The Cape May County Herald Newspapers also posted about the event here.

The college contemplating armed security officers was posted here by the Cape May County Herald Newspapers, as did the Press of Atlantic City here.

The college was featured in this Press of Atlantic City piece reacting to the shootings at the community college in Oregon.

The Cape May County Herald Newspapers featured the recent Scramble Fore Scholarships Golf Tournament success here.

The upcoming vegan meals, hosted by the American Vegan Society and prepared by ACA students, was mentioned here by MorristownGreen.com.

The Academy of Culinary Arts “Savory Sundays” at the Hamilton Mall was featured here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

A student in our paralegal studies program was photographed in this Press of Atlantic City article. 

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