Steven McDaniels, director of fitness and athletics, offers brides-to-be fitness tips to help that wedding dress fit like a dream in this piece on EliteDaily.com. Read all about it.
SeaWorld Gains on Analyst Upgrade, New Orca-Free Park| In The Media, Uncategorized
Anthrozoologist Brian Ogle weighs in on SeaWorld’s decision to open a park in Abu Dhabi without its signature orcas in this TheStreet.com piece. Read all about it.
Speculating About Kanye West's Mental Health Does Much More Harm Than Good| In The Media, Uncategorized
Beacon College psychologist Dr. A.J. Marsden shares in this SELF article how playing armchair psychologist does much more harm than good. Read all about it.
The demise of theme parks? Central Florida 100 predictions for 2030| In The Media, Uncategorized
Beacon College psychologist Dr. A.J. Marsden plays Nostradamus and offers her predictions on aging in Florida for The Central Florida 100 predictions for 2030 in the Dec. 11 edition of The Orlando Sentinel. Read all about it.
Pulse diagnosis: No sale but plenty of unity. Central Florida 100| In The Media, Uncategorized
Beacon College psychologist Dr. A.J. Marsden weighs in on the Dakota Access Pipeline and Clydesdales in Leesburg in the Dec. 10 edition of the Central Florida 100 in The Orlando Sentinel. Read all about it.
Get Real: FDA “Tripping” On Trial to Treat PTSD With Ecstasy| In The Media, Uncategorized
Beacon College psychologist Dr. A.J. Marsden discusses the use of the drug ecstasy for treating PTSD in this article on recovery.org. Read all about it.
Learning Takes Flight When Birds of a Feather Flock to Beacon Science Fair| Student News, Uncategorized
Kheyany Webb is no birdbrain. Yet, when Yendise Collie encountered Webb Friday at the Compass Center at Beacon College in Leesburg, she quickly discovered that Collie had birds on the brain. “Some birds are very territorial,” the Beacon freshman explained. Collie, a junior, nodded. “If we don’t take care of them they will vanish.” Another […]
Beacon Student Artist Awakens Belief in Universal Truths of Human Equality| Arts, Uncategorized
I have a dream. Fight the power. Make love, not war. The volatile 1960s peppered American culture with a wealth of activist and countercultural slogans. Another refrain has gained traction in today’s social powder keg: being woke. “Being woke,” notes Urban Dictionary, means “being aware … knowing what’s going on in the community.”
Reinventing the Holidays| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. Nicki Nance, a licensed psychotherapist and an assistant professor of human services and psychology at Beacon College in Leesburg, FL, the first higher education institution to award bachelor’s degrees exclusively to students who learn differently, offers advice on changing it up this holiday season — without starting World War III in the December issue […]
Beacon College Board of Trustees Appoints Three to New Leadership Roles| Beacon News, Uncategorized
LEESBURG — Beacon College appointed three holdover members of its 11-member Board of Trustees as officers: Brian T. Cobb, vice president and treasurer at the Charles F. Kettering Foundation; Sarah Flanagan, vice president for government relations and policy development at the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities; and Hugh W. Thompson III, retired president […]