The College officially launched Spring Garden Records on November 8, the College's first music record label. The event included live performances by label artists, including some of our star students. Quincy Harris, aka Q-Deezy, host of The Q on Fox 29 was the master of ceremony, and a free digital download of the label’s first artist release was given to each guest.
The College observed Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 9. Congressman Dwight Evans was the honorary speaker, joining us to salute the College's and nation's veterans. Veterans' remarks were given by Jason DiPietro, a student veteran at the College and Cnd CEO, MotrPool, an app he developed for veterans, along with Kenneth Blume, an alumnus who gradauated in 2018.
The College supported World Food Day on Oct. 24 and its mission of #ZEROHUNGER. To start the day, the College cut the ribbon on its new community garden, named Grady's Garden. The Food Day Expo featured healthy snack samples, guidance on how to eat a full meal on a budget, as well as a raffle prize and giveaways. Students led the Harvest Day Festival, sharing their take on autumn’s best-baked goods and crafts. The Culinary Arts program demonstrated how to cook up creative meals from budget-friendly ingredients. To support awareness and help end undernourishment, members of the College community donated non-perishable food items. The Food Day Expo was organized by the College‘s Food Collaborative, which is dedicated to addressing our students' basic needs while providing resources for success.
February 25, 2019 to March 1, 2019
9:00am to 12:30pm
February 25, 2019
12:00pm to 1:30pm