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The Clarion \ March 25, 2011
for Fall 2011
Registration begins IVIonday, IVIarcIi 28 and is prioritized by class
designation based on tlie cumulative hours prior to Spring 2011:
Seniors 92+ hours
Juniors 60-91 hours
Sophomores 28-59 hours
Freshmen 0-27 hours
Monday, March 28
Tuesday, March 29
Wednesday, March 30
Thursday, March 31
Friday, April 1
If you have not met with your advisor, please do so as soon as possible
so you will have the best choice of classes when your registration time is
opened. Also, please be sure to check webtwister to make sure you are
cleared for registration prior to your priority time for registration.
Note: Tuesday, March 29 is the last day to withdraw from a course with
a grade of W. Paperwork is due in the Office of the Registrar by 4:30 p.m.
No withdrawals will be permitted after the deadline. Forms are available on
the forms page at http://www.brevard.edu/registrar or in the Office of the
This Week on Campus
IWIL hosts online
auction for The Haven
Brevard College’s Institute for Women in
Leadership (IWIL) is hosting an online auction
in April in support of The Haven, a proposed
shelter for homeless families and individuals
in Transylvania County.
Auction items, which will include art, goods,
services and trips, will be available for purchase
from April 1-14 through Mission Fish, the
charitable arm of eBay. Anyone interested in
donating or bidding on auction items, may go to
www.missionfish.org and search for The Haven
of Transylvania County.
The funds raised through IWIL's online
auction will be used to help pay for the
construction and operation of The Haven.
The facility will assist homeless families and
individuals in crisis in Transylvania County
by providing safe, temporary refuge in a clean,
Plans call for The Haven, which will
accommodate 18 people, to be located on the
grounds of The Bread of Life, a local food
bank. The total cost of construction for The
Haven, a 1,400-square foot facility, will be
$234,800. Operations are estimated to cost
$90,500 per year
IWIL is a residential learning community at
Brevard College that encourages leadership
through mentoring and experiential leadership
For more information on the auction or to
donate an item, please contact IWIL member
Taylor Spivey at email@example.com. For
more information about The Haven, please
visitwww. thehavenshelter org.
BC profs perform at
Brevard College Jazz Studies Director Steve
Wilson performed his composition “Invention
for Jazz Trombone” at the Eastern Trombone
Workshop in Washington, D.C. on March 18.
Joining Wilson was Brevard College Professor
Cameron Austin on bass and BC alumnus Jason
DeCristofaro on vibraphone.
The Eastern Trombone Workshop (ETW)is
one of the largest annual events for trombone
in the world. The workshop’s mission is to
give students, performers, and educators an
opportunity to meet and share ideas, talents,
and opinions about the world of trombone.
ETW regularly hosts participants throughout
the nation and abroad.
The workshop was held at Brucker Hall—The
U.S. Army Band’s performance center—located
on historic Fort Myer, Va., just across the
Potomac River from the nation’s capital.
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes(FCA): Meets every
Tuesday at 9 p.m. in the Spiritual Life
Student Government Association:
Meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
Reserve Dining Room.
Team - Mobilizing Opportunities
for Volunteer Engagement
(T-M.O.V.E.): Meets every Sunday at
7 p.m. in the AEC Conference Room.
BC Greens: Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in
BC Spiritual Life Presents
Common Grounds: Monday night
at 8 p.m. in the Spiritual Life Center.
Have questions? Contact Brian
Burgess at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Juried Art Show: Spiers Gallery in
the Sims Art Center. The exhibition
runs from Feb. 25 - Apr. 1, 2011.
Campus Activities Board:
Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the
Expressive Arts Group: Meets
Tuesdays at 5 p.m. Come if you are
feeling the need for some change in
your routine, if you are looking for an
opportunity to have fun, and to be
creative and express yourself. Meets
upstairs in Stamey Wellness Center.
Multicultural Festival: Saturday at
the Porter Center. Info booths open
at 4:30 p.m., Bethany Tebo presents
"An Hour of Irish Theatre" at 5 p.m.
Food and film-fest begins at 5:30
p.m., $5 for students, $10 for non
students, children under 7 are free.
Campus garden orientation/
workday: Saturday, March 26,
from 9 a.m. 11 a.m. at the campus
garden located between the Dining
Hall and the President's house. If you
interested in gardening on campus
this year or would just like to learn
more, come prepared to get dirty If
you are interested in gardening but
can not make this orientation, e-mail