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Beacon Art Professor Work Selected by ISEA

April 29, 2014

Russ Bellamy, Assistant Professor of Art at Beacon College, has recently been notified of his proposal acceptance for presentation at ISEA 2014. ISEA (International Symposium on Electronic Art) is one of the most prestigious international emergent art conferences. It is one of the biggest gatherings in the world to celebrate the use of new media […]

Nike Exclusive Sneaker Release Out To Kill

April 28, 2014

Have you noticed that we spend more and more of our time waiting in lines when we really want something? Some people feel it’s worth their time to wait in line at the movie theater to buy tickets for a brand new movie release. I, on the other hand, feel it is worth waiting in […]

The Parish Soul

April 24, 2014

The Parish Soul In the dark of night his footsteps echo through the empty streets, Breaking the silence as he looks down to his shadow that follows with each step. His heart filled with pain and sadness never feeling loves gentle touch, never feeling the warmth of a lover’s hand. The dark night fills his […]

Nefarious Doubts

April 23, 2014

Nefarious Doubts Oblivion be risen grace be fall, the thought of reality was what I thought of it all. The view of control obliges my direction the strings attached are no more but an illusion. The tsunami burdens doubts in denial. The storm still builds and thrills. The plague is unleashed we stand robust but […]

Spring Performance

April 22, 2014

The Performance Club put on a fantastic show this past Friday, April 18. There were a variety of acts including singing, acting, and a few instrumentalists. Musical styles ranged greatly, so there was something for everyone to appreciate and enjoy. At times, people in the crowd even started singing along to those catchy pop songs. […]

The 2014 Masters Tournament: Worth Watching?

April 21, 2014

This year’s Masters was all about losses.   The most significant loss viewers would notice was the loss of Tiger Woods due to back surgery. Although he underwent minimally invasive surgery on a disk which he is expected to make a full recovery from, any major tournament just doesn’t feel right without the guy, much […]

Captain America: The Review

April 18, 2014

Captain America: The Winter Soldier follows the Captain during his time with S.H.I.E.L.D. after the events of the Avengers. He’s become a successful soldier and leader, and is called upon for the most dire situations by S.H.I.E.L.D. and the U.S. government. But he quickly begins to suspect that everything isn’t as crystal-clear as he hoped […]

Just Nobody

April 17, 2014

The wind blew strong, howling past the sole figure standing upon the prow of the cargo ship. A man, unnaturally tall and gaunt, with skin so pale that the moonlight reflected off of him was making him beautifully eerie, in stark contrast to the blood that had spattered across his hollow visage. A little girl, […]

The Path

April 16, 2014

 The girl walks down the road. It’s dusk, getting close to nightfall. She’s not scared, however. Just twenty more minutes and she’ll be home. Suddenly, a bright light invades her vision. The girl raises her left hand to shield her eyes. Huh? What’s going on here? The sun went down already. As suddenly as it […]

Beacon’s First Juried Art Show

April 14, 2014

This spring, Beacon College is holding its first ever juried student art show, celebrating the opening with a reception to be held on Friday, April 18th from 4-6pm. A total of $500 in awards will be distributed, and the works of about 20 students will be featured in the Kristin Michelle Mason Art Gallery, along […]

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