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Campus Art Event
From August 6 to September 1st, The Cambridge College Arts and Cultural Series welcomes the United South End Artists [USEA], a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization made up of artists who live and work in Boston’s South End. The mission of this association is to support local artists and to help promote the arts in the community by organizing opportunities and events for artists to show and publicize their work, including group shows and exhibits throughout the year. It is one of the oldest and largest artist organizations serving the City of Boston. Featured artists include: Edie Bowers, Marjorie Kaye, George Shaw, B Glee Lucas, Selina Narovlansky, Hope Ricciardi and Sloat Shaw. The exhibit will be held in the Town Common at the main Cambridge College campus in Boston. Please join us!
Event for Veterans
On Saturday, August 4, alumni and current students who are veterans or active military enjoyed the Cambridge College Veterans Appreciation Cookout. A collaboration between Cambridge College and the Southwick VFW, the cookout featured games and activities for the whole family as well as music and great food donated by the VFW. Eric Segundo (BA ’16), Director of Veterans Services for the Town of Ludlow, helped to coordinate the event on behalf of the VFW. Keith Jackson, Massachusetts State Commander for the VFW Association, and Teresa Forte, Executive Director of Cambridge College Springfield, both shared remarks focusing on the positive impact that education has on military men and women returning home and finding a job. Recognized as a Military Friendly school, Cambridge College is pleased to honor the military service of our alumni and current students.