Here’s The Scoop–March 11, 2016

Students in Stephanie Natale-Boianelli’s Composition I classes this fall read essays from the This I Believe project. Students then wrote their own This I Believe essays, that were posted in the CommuniCator this past fall.

Two of these essays won first and second place in the New Jersey Association Lifelong Learning 2016 Adult Learner Writing Contest:

Christine Coffineau, First Place in the Category of Non-fiction for “Too Much Stuff” Essay

Chelsea Aquino, Second Place in the Category of Non-fiction for “I Believe in Sleep” Essay


Our deepest condolences to Connie Walton, faculty support, on the death of her sister, Deborah Cochran of Atlantic City, who passed away March 3.

Expressions of sympathy can be sent to Connie at 715 Oneida Ave., Pleasantville, NJ, 08232.

A viewing will be held at 9 a.m., Saturday, March 12, with funeral services beginning at 10 a.m. at Union Baptist Temple, 335 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Atlantic City. Interment will follow at Lincoln Cemetery, Mays Landing.
See obituary here.


A “Faculty and Staff Reading” will be held 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, in Cafeteria B of the Mays Landing Campus.

Colleagues are invited to share a slice of their creative work with the college community. RSVP to Elinor Mattern at emattern@atlantic.edu by April 8 if you’d like a five-minute spot at the microphone.

If you don’t have something you’d like to read, please come out and support and be surprised and delighted by your colleagues!

Students are welcome.


Linda Jones, facilities, sends the following note of thanks:

“I would like to thank the college community for the sympathy cards and outreach following the passing of my father. Your kindness was very much appreciated.”


Kathleen M. Fritz, library technician, shared that her son, William Fritz ‘03 and Stockton University 2005 graduate, being selected as one of ACweekly.com’s “Top 40 under 40”. William is the Food and Beverage Operations Manager for Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City.

 

 

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