Alexandra Hegarty, a sophomore at Beacon College, shares how she found herself and success at Beacon College in this article in Florida Trend’s NEXT. Read all about it.
Safe Spaces for … Your Dog| In The Media, Uncategorized
Brian Ogle shares advice on finding safe spaces for your dog during the stressful holiday season in this article on MomZette.com. Read all about it.
Clare Foundation Grant Funds New Beacon College Programs to Bridge Learning Differences| Beacon News, Uncategorized
Beacon College recently received a $50,000 grant from the David R. Clare and Margaret C. Clare Foundation to defray programs to bolster college educators who teach students who learn differently and to boost career-readiness for students with learning differences (LD) through a residential experience, the college announced Tuesday. The grant allows the college to launch […]
Lake-Sumter Logo Request Lets Beacon Students Artists Showcase Creativity| Arts, Uncategorized
Famed French artist Edgar Degas once noted, “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” For students in Sandy Novak’s visual communications class, that job already halfway was done. Students knew what they had to make youngsters in second though ninth grade see: themselves snagging their soaring dreams. How they would […]
Beacon Club Members Team Up on Thanksgiving for Lake County Families| Beacon News, Uncategorized
Santa and that old sleepy shoemaker relied on tireless (non-unionized) elves. No elves were spotted clocking in at Beacon College this week. Still, the group of altruistic students who banded together for good before classes Tuesday morning proved as industrious. Into a Dodge sleigh, er, pickup truck, members of the Beacon Student Government Association, National […]
MTV Bets on Rape Vigilantes in ‘Sweet/Vicious’ to Win New Viewers| In The Media, Uncategorized
Christopher Irving, a humanities instructor at Beacon College, weighs in on MTV’s controversial new series about women who seek vengeance against rapists in this article from Variety. Read all about it.
How to Hire (and Retain) a Veteran| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. A.J. Marsden a former U.S. Army surgical nurse, shares in this article in Fortune the roadblocks that complicate hiring and retaining veterans. Read all about it.
Queen Bee Syndrome: Do Women Judge Women Leaders More Harshly?| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. A.J. Marsden weighs in the debate regarding “Queen Bee Syndrome,” or whether women judge women leaders more harshly in this piece in Working Mother magazine. Read all about it.
Beacon Students Go Off into the Wild [Jet]Blue Yonder on Airline Training Center Tour| Student News, Uncategorized
Come fly with me, let’s float down to Peru In llama-land there’s a one-man band And he’ll toot his flute for you Come fly with me, let’s take off in the blue -Frank Sinatra The passengers were buckled up and raring to go. Tray tables upright. Cellphones switched off. Flight attendants prepared for takeoff. So […]
ICUF Fellowship Gives Beacon Pair Peek behind the Florida Legislative Curtain| People, Uncategorized
Two sophomores will represent Beacon College in the 2016-17 academic year as legislative advocates for the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF). Sarah Willingham and Joshua Waldrop, who both are pursuing Bachelor of Science degrees in anthrozoology, will serve as ICUF Presidential Fellows. “Sarah Willingham is a creative, sweet, and kind student who is […]