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Famous music trio member visits NCC

Peter Yarrow is an ordinary man with an extraordinary story to tell. Those who gathered in Northampton’s Lipkin Theater for the fifth annual Peace & Justice Conference Thursday March 26 heard Peter of the Peter, Paul, and Mary music trio of the 1960’s and 70’s promote social and political equality through inspired words and songs.…

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League of Women voters to hold discussion on compressor station

The League of Women Voters is planning a panel discussion about the proposed upgrade to the Easton Compressor Station, located on Klein Rd and owned by Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation. The discussion program entitled, ‘STOP The Easton Compressor Station,’ will take place at the Forks Elementary School, located at 1709 Richmond Rd., Easton PA 18040…

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Michael Pogach appeared as a guest to coordinate a fiction writing workshop with ten undergrad and grad students in the afternoon at the Arcadia's Castle in the Rose Room. Photo courtesy Jamie Kassa.

Alumni Professor visits Arcadia University

As part of the Writers Return to Campus Series, ’05, ’09 alumni Michael Pogach, appeared as a guest to coordinate a fiction writing workshop with ten undergrad and grad students in the afternoon at the Arcadia’s Castle (yes, it’s an actual Grey Towers Castle) in the Rose Room on Feb. 27, 2015 from 7 to…

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Music for Peace and Fellowship

The halls were filled with music, laughter, tears and intense discussions on March 26 in Lipkin Theatre. It was NCC’s fifth annual Peace and Justice Conference, and the guest of honor was famed American folk singer Peter Yarrow. Originally of the group “Peter, Paul, and Mary”, Yarrow was the highlight of the event centered on…

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From Left to Right: Brian Bachrach,Director and Business Team Lead, Mike&Ike and Hot Tamales, Matthew DeBenedetto, NCBC president and Ron Arnold, SVP of Just Born HR. Photo courtesy Mitchell Indelicato.

Sweet treats

On Tuesday, March 26 the Business Club hosted speakers from Just Born for a presentation on Effective Communication. Located in Bethlehem, Just Born is a family-owned candy manufacturer. In business since 1923, some treats they produce include Hot Tamales, Mike and Ikes, Jelly Beans and PEEPS. Hosted by Matthew Debenendetto, president of the Business Club,…

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“This project,” Kenyatta said, “has involved a concerted effort of many constituents from those who have made donations to the boutique, to others who used their skills, labor and expertise to give the boutique a professional appearance to its clients.” Photo Courtesy Elizabeth Wroblewski.

First Impressions matter

It’s time to conquer that interview you have coming up. Professional business attire speaks volumes to hiring businesses and shows you are a professional individual. The Career Services team, including coordinator Janice Kenyatta, Nina Rehrig, Francine Maiatico and Terry Brindisi have you covered with First Impressions, a sophisticated boutique for students in need of professional…

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Cops ‘n’ Kids— Making a difference one child at a time

Sometimes, what really matters is what we give, not what we receive. The spirit of this can be felt in the NCC Main campus kitchen. General Manager of Sodexo Food Services Robert Meyer makes it a point to interact with and give back to the local community. He and other members of the kitchen staff,…

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From left to right: William Lawrence, Anthony Giedman, Amanda Sanchez, and Rachael McCluskey. Photo Courtesy Tracey Goode

Musical statements

Northampton Community College’s annual Deja Brew event was held at the new Monroe campus in Tannersville, Bringing back the warm coffee house feel people love. Many of last year’s performers returned to regale the students and staff with their talented vocals. Anthony Giedman, criminal justice major, sang a cover of “I Can’t Fight this Feeling”…

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This means war

It’s that time of the year again, sign ups for Club Wars are open starting March 30! Club officers and Advisors are encouraged to take part in the eight team event being held on Saturday April 11 at noon in the Spartan Center Gym. Clubs that sign up and participate have the opportunity to will…

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"Plant with Window” 58" x 54" oil on canvas.
Art by William Hudders

Planting the seed

William Hudders, Art professor and painter will be featuring one of his art pieces in the Spring Group Show at Schmidtberger Fine Art in Frenchtown, New Jersey. The opening of the show will be held on April 11 at four pm and will continue until eight that evening. Titled “Plant with Window”, Hudders art piece…

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"During this activity Davis Gray and Kyle Lewis displayed the correct way to cut vegetables and how to handle knives. After the demo we prepared tacos for the club members," explained Katherine Morris. Photo courtesy Katherine Morris.

Glowing opportunities

The Hospitality Management Club is hosting a glow bowling fundraiser on April 9. From nine pm to 11pm individuals can purchase 12 dollar tickets for two hours of glow bowling. Bowling shoes and door prizes are included in the price. The event is being held at Town and Country Lanes on Stefko Blvd. The club…

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Candice Richards of PSECU is dedicated to helping NCC students achieve greatness.

Free food, free money

There is one word that every college student lives by: Free. Pair it with one of the other key college tenants: books, food, or money and you’ve got a powerful combination. PSECU has recently taken hold of two of these ideas and brought them to students at NCC, along with a dash of financial help.…

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