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Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences

Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences


Celebration of Student Achievements in
Academics and the Arts

Student artists, performers and presenters

April 5, 2005

Twisted MeasureCollege Coffee – Fonville Fountain (10:00-10:30 am) and McEwen Dinning Hall (12:00-12:30 pm)

Taylor Barr, Cooper Campbell, Billy Cleveland, Lisa Cochran, Jason Eden, John Fiander, Jenny Freeman, Jennie Harrison, Brian Hecker, Tom Kernan, Martha Montross, Dave Parsons, Leslie Price, Katie Olsen, Barrrett Risley, Kaity Shaw

Sweet Signatures – Harden Cafeteria (11:30-12:00 pm)

Tara Dykes, Virginia Galvez, Michele Hammerbacher, Katie Hight, Sara Hodges, Lindsay Howerton, Kacie Kelly, Cara Leidy, Ellie Lightburn, Lauren Redmond, Maddie Phillips, Kim Poe, Sarah Putnam, Kristen Varvaris

Screening of Student Film Productions – McEwen 011 (10:30-11:50 am)

Laith Majali, Jason Spinos, Jennifer Witt

Computing Sciences Demonstration – Duke 302 (10:30-11:50 am)

Avery Edwards, Steven Hicks, Jeff Houston, Alisia Midgett, Gavin Miller, Joe Torralbes

Multimedia Presentation in Literature – Alamance 203 (10:30-11:50 am)

Sarah Arnn, Sophie Benoist, Aaron Bishop, John Clark, Jenna Goldberg, Will Heins, Jessica Hill, Keri Sheehan, Ross Simpson, Shemika Withers

1.  “The Most Fairest Goddess” Students: Sophie Benoist, John Clark, Jenna Goldberg, Jessica Hill, Ross Simpson, Shemika Withers - This is a film (in DVD format) of a modernized/ farcical retelling of the “Judgment of Paris,” the incident in which Paris, a prince of Troy, was chosen to judge which goddess was “the fairest,” an incident that, according to mythology, led to the Trojan War. 

2.  “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” Student: Will Heins - This is a web site devoted to three interesting (but lesser known) Greek characters from the Trojan War: Ajax (the Greater; Telamonian), Diomedes, and Thersites. 

 3.  “The Shield of Achilles” Student: Aaron Bishop - This work is a digital art work, created with Adobe PhotoShop, representing the shield of Achilles, as described in Book XVIII of the Iliad. 

4.  “The Shields of Achilles” Students: Sarah Arnn, Keri Sheehan - This project is a pair of physical art works, representing the shield of Achilles, one as described in Book XVIII of the Iliad, and the other as described in W.H. Auden’s poem “The Shield of Achilles.” 

Art Exhibit – Alumni Gym (12:00-1:30 pm)
Participants to be announced at exhibition 

Poetry, Fiction and Nonfiction Readings – Alumni Gym (12:00-1:30 pm)

Alex Augustin, Agnes Bannigan, Laura Cady, Colleen Clark, Drew Contessa, Christy Crutchfield, Megan Deasy, Grace Dow, Kendra Foy, Michelle Goshen, Bryn Porter, James T. Rosebaugh-Nordan, Victoria Windsor, Jennie Witt

Students will read from works in progress and works completed in the previous year in creative writing classes at Elon. The students reading today represent a broad cross-section of the program: there are here majors, minors, and students who have simply taken writing coursework in order to better understand their craft and their own artistic impulse.

Student Recital Galas (8:00-9:00 pm)

Yeager Auditorium

Aria Gunthrope  soprano
Michelle Sarnie   mezzo soprano
Maia Wirth  soprano

Whitley Auditorium

Rachel Eckert    flute
Eden Esters    piano
Karen Hancock  piano
Barry Janicula    trumpet


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