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Upcoming Student Events

FEBRUARY

 

Black Student Alliance Vendor's Bazaar

Tues. Feb. 9 thru Thurs. Feb. 25

10:00 - 3:00 pm

J Hall Mays Landing Campus

Black Student Alliance will host the annual Vendor's Bazaar. Area vendors will sell a variety of items and handmade crafts. (Vendors and days may vary). For more information contact Lynette Ingram 609/343-5097 or lingram@atlantic.edu

 

Club Recruitment & Bake Sale (Tues. only)

Tues. & Wed. - Feb. 9-10

11: 00 am -2:00 pm

J Hall- Mays Landing Campus

Come out and see what clubs match your interest. Meet your peers and club advisors and learn about the exciting events that happen on campus.

 

Pink Out Night

Thurs.  Jan. 11

5:00 pm

Jonathan Pitney Gym

Mays Landing

Student Government will partner with the Athletics Department to host the annual PINK OUT NIGHT in honor of Kay Yow, former North Carolina State University head women's basketball coach.  SGA will give out Pink Foam Hands to cheer on the teams and Pete's Italian Water Ice will hand out Pink Italian Ice.  Those who give a kind donation will be entered into a drawing for a chane to come out on the court during halftime for a 3 point shot opportunity.  Winners will receive Atlantic Cape goodies from the bookstore. All donations will benefit the Kay Yow foundation.

 

Lenord Wilkerson presents Works by Leonard

Art Exhibit

Feb. 12 - March 26

Art Gallery, Spangler Library

Mays Landing Campus

Artist Reception -1-3 pm, Sat. Feb. 13

AGAINST ALL ODDS:  WHY I PAINT WHAT I PAINT

Artist Leonard Wilkinson, whose exhibit "Works by Leonard" will be in the Art Gallery in Spangler Library through March 26, will present an Artist Talk on Tuesday, February 23 at 12 :30 in the Art Gallery. 

During Wilkinson's talk, "Against All Odds:  Why I Paint What I Paint." He will share details about his decision to study art, his educational and professional opportunities, and how he chooses the subject matter for his paintings.  This event is free and open to the public.

Gallery Hours -

Monday - Thursday 9:30am. - 8:00 pm

Friday, 9:30am - 4:00 pm

Saturday, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Trials and Triumphs; The Journey of A People

Tues.  Feb. 16

10:00 - 2:00 Pm

Cafe B Mays Landing  Campus

The African American Heritage Musuem of Southern New Jersey will present a pictorial display of a traveling exhibition of more than 120 artifacts, rare photographs and publications and historical reproductions from the museum’s collection. 

For more information contact Lisa Givens lgivens@atlantic.edu or 609/343-5010.

 

Deep Rooted...Forever Remembered

Tues. Feb.16

11:00 am

Room 212

Cape May County Campus

Performance Celebrating Black History Month with Stories and Songs.

History of Soul Food

Tues. Feb.16

Cafeteria

12:00 noon 

Cape May County Campus

Light appetizers followed by a Poetry Slam at 12:15. For more information contact Tammy DeFranco 609 463-8113 or adefran@atlantic.edu

 

ZuZu African Acrobats

Thurs. Feb. 18

7:00 pm

Walter Edge Theater

As see on America's Got Talent, ZuZU African Acrobats will bring their "Dynamic, Exciting and Impossible Stunts"! Sponsored by Black Student Alliance and SGA. For more information contact Lynette Ingram 609/343-5097 or lingram@atlantic.edu

 

Student Government Association 2016-2017 Officer Application Deadline

Fri. Feb. 19

4:00 pm

Student Life Center

Deadline to submit an application for Student Government officer positions for the 2016- 2017 term. The election will take place March 8- 9 online. For more information contact Doug Mills 609/343-5694 or dmills@atlantic.edu

 

Young Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement

Wed. Feb. 24

12:30 pm

Walter Edge Theater

Multi media performance provides insight to the legacy of student activism and inspires all ages to lead in today's challenge for social reform. Presented by Key Arts Productions. For more information contact Lisa Givens 609 343-5010 or lgivens@atlantic.edu

 

Back Stage at the Cotton Club

Wed. Feb. 24

12:30 pm

Room 276

Worthington Atlantic City Campus

Michelle Washington Wilson will present songs and stories that "Stir My Soul" for Black History Month. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information contact Vita Stovall 609/343-4832 or vstovall@atlantic.edu

 

 



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