Beacon Memories

Last night, Shawn Bramley, Alex Sweet, Nate Judge, Katie West, Carolyn Shea, Bill Baldwin, Blair Perlman, and Chase Richards talked about their most cherished moments at Beacon College. It was a memorable night in the Writing Center! Here are some pieces written by students about their memories here at Beacon: An Original Poem by Carolyn […]

Lunch with Dr. Prindle

On Thursday, April 14th, Ms. Le and Writing Center Peer Consultants Braden Walter and Dustin Opper had lunch with Dr. Prindle! Here is what Dustin wrote about the experience: Interview with Dr. Prindle Dr. Prindle was originally a teacher’s administrator, when one day an epiphany changed his direction and made it evident to him that […]

LAST NIGHT: Beacon Memories I

Yale Katz, Braden Walter, Chase Richards, Laura Butler, Carly Eisenstein, Shawn Bramley, Carolyn Shea, Dustin Opper, and a special guest, Dustin’s cousin Todd, hung out in the Writing Center for the first of three Beacon Memories Nights! Here are some memories that were shared: Yale Katz: A Beacon College memory of mine is becoming Treasurer […]

Poetry Contest!!!

The East Lake County Library is holding its 10th Annual Poetry Contest in honor of April as National Poetry Month. Entries are being accepted now until May 7, 2011. See below for information on how to enter. Children’s GroupUp to 12 years old Teen Group13-18 years old Adult Group19 and up Poems can be on […]

POETRY READING

Last night, Shawn Bramley, Yale Katz, Dustin Opper, Carolyn Shea, Alex Sweet, and Braden Walter shared poems, song lyrics, speeches, and comedy clips in the Writing Center! Themes including love, loss, war, and freedom were discussed. It was truly a night to remember. Here is what was shared: Dustin Opper– General George S. Patton’s 1944 […]

Beacon Students: New Writing Center Features!!!

  Display your hard work on our new  “Papers We’re Proud Of” board! You are welcome to leave them up for however long you wish within a semester! Feel free to exchange thoughts, ideas, and questions with one another at “The Message Spot!”  These places are for you, so come make your mark!