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Volume 85, Issue 2 Web Edition
SERVING BREVARD COLLEGE SINCE 1935
August 28, 2019
Club fair tradition continued in Myers Dining Hall
By Margaret Correll
Layout & Design
A Club Fair was held on Saturday, Aug. 24
at 4;30 p.m. until 7 p.m. in Myers Dining Hall.
Students were able to inquire about the different
clubs Brevard College offers.
Many clubs had tables throughout the dining
hall with interest sign-up sheets and information
about their club. The clubs available were
SGA, CAB, Paws for a Cause, BC Paddling,
Diverse Women of BC, BC Internationals,
Canterbury Club, Dimensions, Outing Club,
Ag and Sustainability Club, Biology Club,
Diversity Pride Club, Brevard Republicans and
A New Campus Ministry. The club leaders gave
information about future meetings and what
their club had to offer.
Paws for a Cause had information about the
future of its club and a local cat cafe. CAB was
encouraging students to sign-up for meetings to
have the chance for more ideas about activities
Local businesses and organizations were also
in attendance. These included SAFE, Workout
Anytime, M7 Dragon Boxing and Shine Family
Chiropractic. Students could ask questions of
these businesses and learn about their impact on
campus. M7 Dragon Boxing had an interactive
area where demonstrations could be made to
teach students about their techniques. There was
also a DJ playing music for the entire dining hall.
Alessandra “Le” Tavoloni, Director of Student
Engagement, along with members of SGA
helped plan and organize this event. “We were
going to have it outside, but due to rain it had
to be moved," Tavoloni said.
The planning for this event started before
school, during Creek Week. The clubs were
made aware of the plan and were in contact with
Tavoloni if they expressed interest. The idea of
incorporating local businesses into this event
was not originally planned. “A few businesses
wanted to get involved on campus, so we thought
the Club Fair would be a great time to have them
On Friday, Aug. 23, a group of Brevard
College faculty, students and alumni gathered
in MG 125 to celebrate the latest publication
of the Chiaroscuro.
The current editor in chief, Alexis Henley,
welcomed the crowd to acknowledge and
thank those who contributed to this year’s
edition, while expressing her excitement for
the coming year.
Many of those who attended the party were
student authors and artists whose work was
accepted into the 2016-19 journal. Katie
McBriar, Carmen Boone, Scott Urquart as
well as Henley read their entries aloud for
the audience to enjoy.
Also in attendance were alumna Jeni Welch;
current staff members Chloe McGee, Caroline
Hoy and Sarah Hajkowski; and published
photographer Aia Andonovska.
Throughout the presentation, photographs
of the magazine’s visual art were projected
onto a wall behind the speakers.
The event was a time for advocates of the
fine arfs community to come together, enjoy
refreshments and applaud all the hard work
that went into producing Brevard College’s
very own literary and arts magazine.
The event was livestreamed on the Clarion’s
Facebook page, and can be viewed online at
Members of SGA and Paws for a Cause smile for a
CAB members pose fora picture at their club table. 2016-2019 ‘Chiaroscuro' Literary Arts Magazine