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The Clarion | Nov. 13, 2009
New student's questions answered
by Anne Bolos
Question 1: When is the best time to
start applying for an internship for the
spring and summer sessions?
Answer: Now is the best time to hne
up your internship. Go into the Coltrane
building, AEC level, and see Mrs. Davis
about all of the different opportunities
that are available. You can also check out
some of the internship opportunities on the
Question 2:1 really need help with note
taking in class. What can I do?
Answer: There is a Note Taking Service
offered at Brevard College. Any student at
Brevard College can request notes. This
means that someone in your course is going
to receive some money for taking the notes
for you. That note-taker will leave the
notes at a drop off point, so they will not
know whom the notes are for For more
information about the note taking service,
contact Susan Kuehn at skuehn@brevard.
edu or call 828-884-8131
Brevard College professor to share poetry
by J.T. Moore
In case you missed last Mondays
presentation, do not fear because Dr Ken
Chamlee will be reading some of his new
poetry in MG 217 this Monday, November
16. Dr Chamlee has been a professor here
at Brevard College since 1978, and he has
also published two books of poetry. Logic
of the Lost and Absolute Faith. His poetry
has also appeared in many Journals and
Dr Chamlee was invited
to speak on campus by
Literary Society. He is
the fourth author the S. L.
S. has invited to read this
semester. Dr Chamlee
is currently writing a
biography in poems of the
19th century American
landscape painter Albert
On Monday, Dr Chamlee
the personal, historical, and
environmental connections this
project has for him, and he
will talk about Albert Bierstadt
the man, the historical period
in which Bierstadt lived, the
painter’s reputation, and then
read some of his new poems.
The event will take place in
MG 217 at 12:30 this coming
Monday. Whether you love
poetry, art, or history. Dr.
Chamlee’s presentation will have
something for everyone.
Operation Christmas Cliild
Fellowship of Christian Athletes participates in Operation Christmas Child. OCC is a
nonprofit organization which people can donate gifts to. These gifts go to children who
otherwise wouldn’t receive presents for Christmas.
Photos Courtesy K. McKittrick