Nota Bene to Celebrate 30th Year Honoring Student Work

Raritan Valley Community College  will honor outstanding student work produced throughout the academic year with the "Nota Bene" award April 28, 1-2:30 p.m. and 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Grand Conference Center.

The event will resemble an art gallery: guests can view award-winning work, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and meet the award recipients. The evening reception will have a raffle basket. The Event Production Class, taught by Christy Lamanga, plans the event and professors at RVCC nominate students.

Deriving from the Latin word meaning "noteworthy," Nota Bene celebrates creativity, innovation, inspiration and excellence. Pieces include writing, art and music. Students from all academic majors are eligible for the award.

“The evening is designed not only to celebrate those who have won, but to inspire other students to find their inner muse and produce their own noteworthy work,” said Lamanga.

The event is free and open to the public. This is the 30th year Nota Bene has been awarded.

For more information, contact Courtney Kahlsdorf at

Courtney Kahlsdorf
Courtney Kahlsdorf is a student in Raritan Valley Community College's Event Production Class.