Seven full-time Camden County College faculty members have been granted tenure. The teachers and their disciplines are:

David Bruno

, West Berlin, English as a second language;

Susan Choi

, Voorhees, chemistry;

Brian Morrison

, Philadelphia, sign-language-interpreter education;

Eileen Radetich

, Haddonfield, English;

Debra Slusarczyk

, Woodbury, health information technology;

Marjorie Sokoloff

, Pitman, theater; and

Christine Webster

, Marlton, reading and writing skills.

Taylor Horn

of Cherry Hill, a freshman at Moorestown Friends School, was among 14 students from the school to attend the Princeton Model United Nations Conference, Nov. 29 to Dec. 2. Sixty-three schools were represented, with students from as far as Mali. Social studies teacher

Joel Hager

was adviser to the Moorestown group for the event, hosted by Princeton University's International Relations Council.

Singers 17 and older are being sought to join the 2008 Camden County College Choir. The ensemble, sponsored by the college and overseen by its music department, is a mixture of CCC students and area residents of all ages. Members do not need to reside in Camden County. They must, however, be able to read music. The choir practices Wednesday evenings. To arrange an audition, contact professor

Michael Billingsley

at 856-227-7200, Ext. 4563, or at

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Graduate business and law programs at Rutgers University-Camden have been ranked among the best in the country in the Princeton Review's 2007 guidebooks on programs in those areas. The ratings are based on institutional data from the schools and on the Princeton Review's surveys of more than 17,000 students at the schools.

- Lea Sitton Stanley