While others sat marooned at home under COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, Connor Cremo let his artistic muse go for a stroll. The Beacon College senior showed off one of his most recent works in April during the City of Mount Dora (Florida)’s Virtual Art Show. Hosted by The City of Mount Dora Recreation Department, the digital […]
If we could talk to the animals, learn their languages Think of all the things we could discuss If we could walk with the animals, talk with the animals, Grunt and squeak and squawk with the animals, And they could squeak and squawk and speak and talk to us. Doolittle theme Beacon College anthrozoology students […]
Gina Mann is no stranger to discrimination. Yet, despite her familiarity with it, she still was shocked by the surprising results of her recent research. Discrimination doesn’t discriminate. Mann presented her findings at the Human Factors and Applied Psychology (HFAP) Conference held January 31 at the University of Central Florida Student Union Key West Ballroom in Orlando, Fla.
Jonah Bienhoff’s artwork reflects her experiences and struggles — “almost like a self-portrait.” Bienhoff, who is studying studio arts and anthrozoology at Beacon College, had three of her pieces accepted for the “Womanmade” exhibit at three galleries in Lake County, Fla. This will be her first art exhibition outside of school.
Nineteenth-century German leader Otto von Bismarck Laws had a way with words, particularly regarding governance. Laws, he said, “are like sausages; it is better not to see them being made.” Yet, for Will Finkelstein, having an up-close-and-personal view of the often-messy process of American government was instructive. Finklestein, 20, received that valuable opportunity through a legislative internship this past summer in the Columbia, SC. office of U.S. Rep. James E. Clyburn, who as Majority Whip is the third-ranking Democrat in the United States House of Representatives.
Three Beacon College hospitality majors were accepted in October into the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World Resort. Jahmir Frank, Alexandra Hegarty, and Christian Lucas in January will join the House of Mouse as participants in the esteemed Disney College Program, said Teri Hunter, Beacon hospitality instructor.
Beacon College sophomore Ryan Stauffer promoted the Beacon College experience during his September star turn on “Power Talks with Dr. Joel Hunter” on Good Life 45, a Christian broadcast outlet.
For better or worse, the Internet has democratized sharing ideas and influencing hearts on a global scale at the speed of a mouse click. Zamaie Chinye craved a piece of the action. Rather, Chinye, a writer, blogger, full-time student at Beacon College in Leesburg, Fla., and owner of the creative lifestyle blog ZamaieWrites, wanted to […]
Wrigley Mullen had everything she needed. Dark business suit. A folder stuffed with five resumes. Her go-getter attitude. What Mullen — a senior business technology major at Beacon College in Leesburg, Fla. — didn’t have lined up yet was … a job. She hoped to address that deficiency earlier this month at the college’s Annual Job Fair.
It’s not exactly the Hatfields vs. the McCoys, but the Beacon College Annual Staff vs. Students kickball game always leads to competition kicked up a notch. This year’s tilt, played earlier this month at the Beacon Athletic Field, proved (between nibbles of pizza) to be another hard-fought, good-spirited grudge match, with 16 staffers suiting up.