Students of Ar 101 Art History & Appreciation visited the Montclair Art Museum to see an exhibit called “Work and Leisure in American Art.” This exhibit allowed the students to see a large concentration of American art, as opposed to European art; as well as to see how American life was reflected in different media from the late 1700s through the present.
Staff and students participated in the 9/11 Memorial service at Morris County 9/11 Memorial in Randolph, NJ.
Students of Ph 205 Historical Introduction to Philosophy attended the Columbia University Thomas Merton lecture entitled Thomas Merton: the Metaphysics of Peace at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, NY, where Merton was baptized.
Students of ESL 101 Fundamentals enjoyed a cultural trip to the Morris Museum, NJ, where they viewed an exhibit on the Native Americans, antique Japanese dolls, and the largest collection of music machines and animated toys.
Students attended a workshop sponsored by ACS on how to use Google Hangouts.
Students and faculty member participated in Catholic Schools Week with St. Cecilia’s Catholic School, Rockaway, NJ, by giving a vocation talk to the girls in the Third through Eighth Grade.
Students attended a College sponsored lecture delivered by Deacon James Rizos, who explained the significance of the March for Life in Washington, DC, and the history of Woe vs. Wade.
Students engaged in a mutual sharing of culture and academic experiences with elementary school students at St. Mary’s Prep in Denville, NJ.
Staff, faculty and students joined the Morris County Right to Life and the 40 Days for Life Campaign at the Planned Parenthood Center in Morristown, NJ, to peacefully pray for the end of abortion.