This week's Campus Report introduces Gracing the Table, which is a discussion group that promotes community healing through monthly dialogue in Holly Springs, MS. Guests Dr. Alisea McLeod, who is the Interim Chair of the Humanities Division along with Junior Joshua Gardner, both at Rust College, discuss how the group started and how people can join. To learn more about Gracing the Table, please visit their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gracingthetable. To learn more about the Humanities Division, please visit: http://www.rustcollege.edu/academic-affairs/humanities-division/index.html+ More details
This program was created to promote donations from Chicago Public School Employees to fund the annual United Negro College Fund Scholarship program. With thanks to our clients Leonard Moody, Emmy Dosunmu of CPS and Jann Honore, Regional Development Director at UNCF, and of course the many Students, Teachers, Principals, Solicitors, CPS Employees and Parents who are featured in the program or helped us with logistics throughout the recording. Our crew this year was Jim Haba- DP, Tim Parenteau-Audio and Gaffing, Jaycie Kurfess - Makeup Artist and Suzy Weimer - Editor / Colorist and myself, Bill Coons - Director and Primary Editor.+ More details
Hostess Sharon White talks to Dr. Margaret Delashmit who has just finished her time as the chair of the Humanities Department of Rust College. Dr. Delashmit has served as and English Professor and Chair since 1998. She has published her first book, which is available here: http://www.amazon.com/Thief-Margaret-V-Delashmit/dp/1462403484+ More details
Join our friends from AARP as they talk about enhancing the quality of life not only of their members but of their families as well. Ms. Craig is the Associate Director of AARP. In addition, Rev. Wilson gives insight into the newly formed Pastor's Advisory Council established by Mayor Kevin Buck in Holly Springs, MS.+ More details
For our Christmas Program, we bring you an official greeting from our President Dr. David Beckley accompanied by selections from the 2013 A'Capella Choir Christmas Concert. We hope you enjoy the beautiful voices of our choir and we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas! To view the choir's 2014 Spring Tour schedule, please visit: http://www.rustcollege.edu/rust_acappella_choir.html+ More details
On Friday, December 6, 2013 Dr. Wesley Cornelious McClure, President of Lane College was laid to rest. Dr. McClure was the 9th president to reign at the Historical Black College. Dr. McClure was assumed president of Lane College September 1, 1992. Since then he had transformed Lane College into what he would call home, an environment of higher learning that is home like where the slogan is “The Power of Potential.” The students, faculty and staff were considered his children and he made sure you knew that. Dr. McClure was a man of accomplishments and maintained determined to complete them. Respected by many, his legacy will never be forgotten. On Saturday December 14, 2013 family, friends and a host of students past and present celebrated the life of Dr. Wesley Cornelious McClure with a home going service like no other. As they say until we meet again they end the celebration with singing because no longer will he have to suffer. Many will truly miss Dr. Wesley Cornelious McClure. There were many acknowledgements of the passing of Dr. Wesley Cornelious McClure. One was from the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) and a dedication was done by the Jackson Sun Newspaper with the headline “Our View: McClure was more than the president of Lane College.” To go ahead and sign the guestbook for Dr. McClure you can click the following link, Guestbook.+ More details
We interviewed five UNCF Scholarship Award winners in the summer of 2012 for a program that played at the Annual Black and White Ball Fundraiser for the Chicago UNCF. This vignette focuses on one of these winners. Our field production crew consisted of Gino Russano on camera, Tom Kledinski Gaffer, Lucy Macias, Makeup Artist, Bill Coons, Director, Producer and Editor, Suzy Weimer, Editor and Matthew Butler, Motion Graphics. Licensed music by DeWolfe. Shot with a 50mm Nikon Prime attached to a Letus Adapter on a Panasonic HPX170.+ More details
This program was created for the Annual Appeal in the Chicago Public School System to raise funds for the United Negro College Fund Scholarship Program. Ten $10,000.00 scholarships are awarded to qualifying students every year. The program plays at the kickoff event and is used throughout the year at fundraising events. There were multiple shoot days to create this program. Crew included DP's Gino Russano, Dan Lopatowski , Producer Bill Coons, Chris Koranek on audio, Makeup Artist Enjoli, Suzy Weimer - Editor and Motion Graphics by Matt Butler. Shot with the Panasonic AF-100 and GH-2 with the Voigtlander 25mm and Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm lenses.+ More details
Join hostess Sharon White as Rust College gets ready for the 2014 UNCF Conference to be held at the Memphis Sheraton and Cook Convention Center. Mrs. White talks to Rev. Clarence Smith who is our Registrar and the Chairperson for the Tupelo/Lee County UNCF in the state of Mississippi. For more information on the UNCF Conference, please visit: http://www.rustcollege.edu+ More details
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