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Congressman Daniel Webster Visits Beacon College

Rep. Daniel Webster and Dr. Hagerty

It’s not every day that a U.S. Congressman graces the halls of Beacon College, but last Friday was one of those rare moments. Rep. Daniel Webster, who represents the 10th District of Florida, which includes Leesburg, visited the campus Feb. 5 to congratulate Beacon’s vigorous campaign to revitalize Leesburg through campus beautification efforts, an effort […]

Can’t shake the winter blahs? Beacon’s Dr. Nicki Nance has the cure for what ails

Dr. Nicki Nance scores pay dirt with her advice for getting over a winter slump in a recent article for Fast Company, the world’s leading progressive business media brand, with a unique editorial focus on innovation in technology, ethonomics (ethical economics), leadership, and design. Fast Company was named by the American Society of Magazine Editors […]

Beacon’s Brian Ogle Informs Readers That Not Every Dog is a Hugger

On, Brian Ogle was heavily quoted in an article that questioned whether dogs enjoy hugging as much as their masters do. He counseled readers with insight such as this: “Dogs will communicate their discomfort of the situation. Signals of discomfort may include licking their lips, turning their head away from you, yawning and shaking […]

Beacon’s Darryl E. Owens Discusses the Horrors of Florida’s Dozier School for Boys on WMFE FM

Beacon Communications Director Darryl E. Owens joins WMFE’s Nicole Creston on his bi-weekly segment, “Darryl Owens Perspectives,” to give his take on the brutal legacy of Florida’s scandal-plagued reform school and the duty the state owes to the survivors to memorialize the sordid tale. Click to listen to the podcast.

Beacon’s Darryl E. Owens Talks Trump on WMFE FM

Beacon Communications Director Darryl E. Owens joins WMFE’s Matthew Peddie on Intersection: Friday News Roundup to discuss the final GOP presidential debate, the medical marijuana initiative in Florida, police transparency, and Volusia County homelessness. Click to listen to the podcast.

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