The Beats: Radical. Rebellious. Relevant?

| Arts
Beat Generation Panel Discussion

Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night? It was an important question Jack Kerouac posed decades ago as one of the luminaries of the Beat Generation’s writers — one that still demands an answer. Come go on the road to join a distinguished panel on March 29 at 7 p.m. at […]

Beacon College Board of Trustees Win Nason Award

| Beacon News, Featured
Beacon College Board of Trustees

LEESBURG, Fla. — The board of trustees at Beacon College is among five winners of the 2017 AGB John W. Nason Award for Board Leadership presented by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. AGB recognized the board for its bold and dynamic leadership weathering a difficult recent presidential transition. Led by former […]

Runners Navigate a Fast, Furious — and Philanthropic — Finish at First Beacon 5K

| Beacon News, Featured
2017 Navigator 5K Runners

Sixty-six minutes after racers dashed from the starting line, the last racer crossed the finish line at Venetian Gardens in Leesburg, Fla. closing the book on the inaugural Beacon College Navigators 5K Run/Walk, a fun and fast-paced affair slowed only by Hurricane Matthew. Originally, scheduled for October 2016 in conjunction with Beacon’s Parents Weekend, Hurricane […]

7 Weird Reasons You Can’t Focus

| In The Media

Dr. Oksana Hagerty, an educational and development psychologist, offers advice on how to improve your focus in this article in Cosmopolitan. Read all about it.      

Presidential Temperament…A Historical Perspective

| In The Media

Dr. Christopher Huff, an assistant professor of history who specializes in electoral politics at Beacon College, provides a historical perspective on the topic of presidential temperament in this episode of “The Trump Podcast.” Listen here