Manchester Community College’s ICE TV Club commemorates the 50th anniversary of a favorite among horror movie fans, “Night of the Living Dead,” Monday, October 22, from 3:30 to 5:45 p.m. in Great Path Community Commons. Admission is free, but moviegoers are encouraged to bring a can/box of food to support MCC’s onsite food pantry.
MCC faculty, staff and other volunteers are again preparing for and will host the community on Saturday, October 20, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the college’s Culinary Arts Center. Admission is $20.
Carol Director BS, RRT; Elizabeth Farnham MS, RRT; and Karen Renaldi MS, RRT, clinical instructors for the Respiratory Therapy program were recognized by the American Association for Respiratory Care as part of the Preceptor Recognition program. 9.11.18
Communications Professor Albert Kim and MCC students involved in ICE Radio were honored by CTNow’s “Best of Hartford 2018” with 3rd Place as “Best College Radio” station. ICE Radio can be heard online, and also onRead more kudos
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