Pressed With Stress

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Life has no road map. Sometimes we go through life blindly, not knowing much of anything, just trying to figure it out along the way. Whether it be relationships, family, or school, after awhile it all becomes overwhelming, and we feel like there is no escape. Sometimes the burdens of life become so heavy that […]

Select Our Mascot: Voting Now Open

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Beacon College is ready for a mascot! The entire College community was invited to submit a design, along with an explanation for why the mascot would best represent Beacon College. The plan was to have a committee decide on the top three finalists for voting by the community, but the judging proved so difficult that […]

Beacon Club Spotlight: Soccer Club

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Soccer Club began last year and quickly became popular with both staff and students at Beacon College. On Wednesday evenings, the players assemble for a quick lesson and warm-up, followed by a friendly scrimmage. Oftentimes, the game progresses until it’s too late to see the ball anymore. While the highlight of the semester is the end […]

Students Reveal Spring Break Plans

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Spring Break is next week, and Beacon College students have some fun plans for their (much deserved) vacation days. Roving Robbie polled students at the College to find out what some of those plans are.   Robert: Going to New York Rachel: Staying in Leesburg and possibly going to Georgia Jack L: Going to New […]

Beacon Club Spotlight: Pride Alliance

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Beacon College Pride Alliance began on campus during the fall semester, after a lapse of a few years. Originally initiated on campus in 2010, this organization has received a resurgence due to high student interest. The Pride Alliance organization is aimed at promoting tolerance on college communities across the nation. Students Shia Byers, Michael Huey, […]

Tips for Working on College Papers

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As papers are starting to be assigned for the spring semester, it’s easy to become overwhelmed about getting the work done. Fortunately, having a plan will help guarantee a smooth writing process.   Here are some tips to get you started to paper writing success:   Start early– Starting your work the day that it’s […]

Effective Legislators Make it a Practice to Visit Their Constituencies

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Representative Larry Metz accepted the College’s invitation to see firsthand the importance of Beacon College and its singular mission. After visiting briefly with Dr. Hagerty, Representative Metz had the opportunity to meet with a group of Student Ambassadors, all of whom are residents of Florida. Representative Metz shared his perspective on public services and its […]