Summer Faces: The Student Workers of Beacon Profile Series

Heather Reed Profile Heather Reed, a native of Pennsylvania and a 2014 graduate of Beacon with a bachelor’s degree in CIS: Web & Digital Media is putting her skills to use in the Communications department at Beacon College as Communications Intern.   Heather was a work-study student during the 2013-2014 academic year, working with the […]

Summer Faces: The Student Workers of Beacon Profile Series

Michael Huey Profile Unlike the vast majority of the Beacon College community population, Michael Huey is actually a Leesburg native. He’s lived in the small city all his life, which he admits has both benefits and negatives as he works toward earning his degree in Liberal Studies from Beacon. Michael is well known in the […]

Meet the ADDA Preconference Student Panelists

Beacon College is proud to be offering several pre-conference sessions at ADDA’s 15th International Adult AD/HD Conference. In one of these, a panel of current Beacon students and recent graduates will be candidly discussing their experiences navigating the undergraduate environment as people with ADHD. Learn a little more about our student panelists:       […]

Past, Present, and Future

My Prior Achievements I have successfully completed a one year program in Commercial Art with proficiency in the following skills Navigate Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. I learned how to develop a layout using thumbnails, roughs, and comps. As well as render a product using various media Raster image manipulation with Adobe Photoshop; vector graphic development […]

Spring Performance

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?

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

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 […]

Foamy Fun

On Friday, March 28 the SGA hosted the 2nd foam party for all Beacon students. The first ever foam party occurred about three years ago in August as a welcome back celebration. It was a big hit, so SGA decided to host a second one this year, and many students have been requesting one for […]

Titanfall Review

Titanfall was recently released on the Xbox One to be it’s next Halo, it’s first big killer app that sells the new Xbox One. As a product from a business standpoint it’s done just that. Reports have already come in saying that the Xbox One’s sales in the UK increased almost 100% and Titanfall seems […]

Staff/Faculty Vs. Students Soccer Rematch

Student Perspective: Friday night, March 21st marked the return of soccer to Beacon College as the Sleepy Hollow Sports Complex provided the setting for the Navigators to face off against the faculty and staff in a rematch of last semester’s match, which had ended in a 4-2 victory for the students. Faculty captain (and art […]