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At the annual Holiday Bazaar, students shop for free thanks to donations of gift items from faculty and staff.

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As sure as finals in December, for over 30 years the display windows on the second floor in Northampton Community College's Penn Hall at the Bethlehem Campus undergo an amazing and festive transformation right after Thanksgiving weekend. The magic behind this holiday tradition is courtesy of the inimitable Peters brothers, Dan and Darryl. 

Roger Ross Williams '83, who won an Oscar for his 2010 short film "Music By Prudence," has his feature-length documentary "Life, Animated," on the short list for this year's Academy Award nominations.

On November 19, members of PTK served a hot Thanksgiving meal to homeless people in Allentown.

Winterfest 2016 on the Northampton Community College Bethlehem Campus quad brought with it a "real feel" temperature around 35 degrees, thanks to chilly winds. But that didn't stop students, faculty and staff from enjoying all the sights, sounds and tastes this annual event had to offer.

On December 7, nearly 60 kindergarten through third-grade students from Holy Infancy School came to the Southside Center for holiday activities, including getting their faces painted, making an ornament, listening to stories, picking out a gift for a loved one and one for themselves, and making a card for the gift.  

On December 6, faculty, staff and students attended a panel discussion about the NCC Refugee Resettlement Initiative.