North Carolina Newspapers

    The riarion WpringsdaVr April 13. 1994 1
Photographer Stepp is more
than just a flash in the pan
by Alex Bedient
Clarion Staff Writer
You are sitting in the S.U.
laughing with your friends. Suddenly
you see a flash fire. You look around
and discover that you a have been
immortalized on film by Clarion
photographer, Henry Stepp.
Henry Stepp II was born on May
21, 1974 in Winston-Salem, North
Carolina, where he has lived for all of
his life. He has twin sister. Holly, who
he calls his best friend. “She’s the
coolest person I have ever meet. I just
hope 1 never forget her birthday,” Stepp
In 1992 Stepp graduated form
Robert B. Glenn High School in the
nearby town of Kemersville, N.C. He
started to hear of Brevard College
though all the information that he
received in the mail from the college.
The one thing that really impressed him
about the college was that the letter
from admissions were addressed directly
to Henry, not “Dear Prospective
Student” He also liked the look of the
campus and the small college
Stepp has become involved in
various extracurricular activities around
campus. He is a member of Wesley
Fellowship, Unity, and S.G.A. Social
Broad. However, he is probably better
known for his job as Photo Editor for
The Clarion. “I really like taking
pictures. It’s a good way the get people
to smile, and it’s a great way to flirt
with girls.” He stared taking pictures
for his high school yearbook as a way
of avoiding writing stories.
Henry Stepp II
24 X 761 SVGA Color Monifor
Henry Stepp/Clarion
Sophomore Natasha M^'drow won a new
computer in 30^Over 300 tickets
raffle was held on March 30. y .m.ow the
were sold. Keith Wallington sold Muldrow
winning ticket.
Campus Life
Apr. IS Jon Uiulrec
Hypnoist Extraordinaire
S^inar 6 Student
"Memory Miracles: You Can Do
Them Too”
Main Show 8 p.m. Donham
Apr. 19 Life and Culture Collegiate Singers
8 pjn. l^onhartv
Spring Drama Production (Also Apr, 20, '21,22, and 25)
"The Runner Stumbles"
8 p.m. Bam Theater, Reserve Tickets.
Tuesday Night Movie
8 pjn. S.U. Coltrane Commons
"Rich Irt Love"
Apr. 21 The New You!
11 a-m^H 2 p.m,
Rutherford Room-Dining
Poets and Writerst
JuUe Suk
7:30p4«. MG118
P.LO. Trip to Camp Takoa
Apr. 22 Friday Night at the Movies
9 p.m. S,U. Coltrane Commons
Apr. 23 Hoe Down!
4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.ra.
Music on the iuadv
Earth Day Celebrationt
2 p.m. on the quad.
Apr. 24 One Tribe!
4 p.m.-7 p.m.
Band concert on the quad.
Apr. 25 GameFest!
Student Cafe
Details to be annotjnced,
Apr. 26 Life and Culture Concert Band
8 p.m. Dunham
T\jesdayNi^t Movie
8 p.m, S.U. Coltrane Ct»nnions
"Sixteen Candles"
Apr. 27 Student Activities Workshop
Guest Speaker Brian Huskey
6:30 p jn,- 9;30p.m. Student Cafe
Apr, 29 Spring Fest Dance! DJ,
9 p.m.-1 a.tft* Stud^iU. Cafe
Friday Night at the Movies
9 Coltrane Cc«niw)M
Apr. 30 ConCtttrt Ptett
Batae of U»e Bands!
11:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. oa ikt quad
ii:ju a.m.-
4:30 p.m.' 6:30p.m. Benny Grady andPneiHls
Myers DhiiftgHalt ,
”ir Nice" and Stqj Show

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