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Atlantic Cape’s Academy of Culinary Arts Holds Annual Beaujolais Nouveau Food & Wine Scholarship Fundraising Reception

Published on November 20, 2023

Atlantic Cape Community College’s Academy of Culinary Arts (ACA), in partnership with the Atlantic City Bailliage of Chaine des Rotisseurs, hosted the 24th Annual Beaujolais Nouveau Food & Wine Scholarship Reception on November 16 at Careme’s, the student-run gourmet restaurant on the Mays Landing campus, in M Building. The event awarded four scholarships to culinary and hospitality students, and recognized ACA alum and Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Chef Deb Pellegrino.

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Oxfam Hunger Banquet at Atlantic Cape Brings to Light Global Food Insecurities Exacerbated by Economic Disparities

Published on November 20, 2023

To bring awareness to the food insecurity crisis facing millions of people day-in and day-out, Atlantic Cape Community College’s Student Government Association, Student Engagement and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Cross-Functional Committee hosted its Annual Oxfam Hunger Banquet in the Student Center lobby on the Mays Landing campus on November 16.

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Rebuilding Atlantic Cape Buccaneers Men’s Basketball Team Looks to Build on Successes of Past Two Seasons in 2023-24

Published on November 15, 2023

It will be a season of change for the 2023-24 Atlantic Cape Community College Buccaneers Men’s Basketball team with only one student athlete returning this fall from last season’s roster. The team will look to build upon two consecutive years of positive growth, on and off of the court, that has yielded back-to-back playoff berths, top 15 national rankings, upset victories, and multiple Division I and II scholarship opportunities.

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Atlantic Cape Recognizes and Honors Those Who Have Served and Sacrificed During Veterans Day Observance

Published on November 9, 2023

Atlantic Cape Community College held a Veterans Day observance ceremony in the Student Center lobby (G Building) on the Mays Landing campus on November 9 to recognize and honor the service and sacrifice our military veterans have selflessly given with their sweat, blood, tears and, for many, their lives over America’s 247-year history to ensure that we live free each day in peace, safety and security.

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Atlantic Cape President Dr. Barbara Gaba Named the 2023 NCMPR District One Pacesetter of the Year Award Recipient

Published on November 5, 2023

Atlantic Cape Community College President Dr. Barbara Gaba was named the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) 2023 District One Pacesetter of the Year award recipient for demonstrating special leadership and support of college communications and marketing at the annual district conference Awards Dinner on November 3 at the Boston Park Plaza in Boston, MA.

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Academy of Culinary Students Compete in the Inaugural MRE Culinary Challenge

Published on October 10, 2023

Atlantic Cape Community College Academy of Culinary Arts freshmen baking and pastry students Isabella Burke and Grace Carpenter knew they were in for a challenge. Up against five teams-of-three at the inaugural MRE (Meal, Ready-to-Eat) Culinary Challenge on October 6 at the Mays Landing campus, Burke and Carpenter proved that sometimes four hands can be better than six.

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Atlantic Cape Speaker Series Hosts Best-Selling Author Weina Dai Randel at Mays Landing Campus

Published on October 4, 2023

Best-selling author Weina Dai Randel spoke of her upbringing, her writing style and purpose while also discussing her two latest novels at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Speaker Series event on October 3 at the Mays Landing campus in the Student Center/G Building lobby before dozens of attendees and admirers. The Speaker Series is proudly sponsored by the Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation.

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Atlantic Cape’s Campus Closet Reopens Wednesday, September 6

Published on September 5, 2023

Fresh off of last school year’s successful debut, the Campus Closet, located in Walter E. Edge Hall - C Building, returns for the 2023-24 school year on Wednesday, September 6 with lightly-used business attire for students looking to dress to impress at their next job interview or meeting.

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