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3rd Annual Looking Glass Rock Writers’ Conference Deadline: 1 March

BREVARD – The deadline is fast approaching to participate in the 2018 Looking Glass Rock Writers’ Conference sponsored by Brevard College and the Transylvania County Library Foundation. The 4- day conference will be held on the Brevard College campus and at the Library from May 17-20 and will include workshops, discussions, and readings. The conference is intended to…

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Wooten Gives Baseball a Walk Off Win

After falling 2-0 in seven innings in the first game of the double-header, Brevard beat William Peace 5-4 on a walk-off hit from freshman outfielder Jadon Wooten in the bottom of the 9th. Brevard earned their first win of the season, and the loss dropped William Peace to 3-2. The game entered the bottom of the 9th…

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Women’s Basketball Impressive in 60-45 Victory Over Piedmont

Women's Basketball

Ty’She Washington scored seven of her game-high 17 points in the third quarter and was instrumental in leading the Brevard’s women’s basketball team to a 60-45 victory over Piedmont on Wednesday evening at Boshamer Gym. Separated by six points coming out of the intermission, Brevard (11-9) turned up its defensive pressure and used the scoring outburst…

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Brevard Opens Season with an Emphatic Win Against Montreat

In their first official game of the season, Brevard men’s lacrosse followed their exhibition win over Mars Hill with a dominating 15-6 win over Montreat on Wednesday night at Ives-Lemel Field. Head Coach Eric McKinney was able to notch his first win at the helm of the Brevard men’s lacrosse program, as the Tornados scored…

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Brevard College Theatre Presents “Brother Wolf” by Preston Lane

Brother wolf play

On Thursday, Feb. 22, at 7:00 p.m., Brevard College Theatre will open their production of “Brother Wolf” a musical drama adapted by Preston Lane with original music by Lauren Dossett. The show will run in The Porter Center for Performing Arts’ Black Box Theatre. Additional performances will be on Feb. 23 and 24 at 7:00 p.m., as well as…

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BC Music Students to Present Joint Recital

Soprano Natalee Highman and tubist Stephen Healy

Soprano Natalee Highman and tubist Stephen Healy will perform their junior recitals together on Sunday, February 11th at 3:00 p.m. in the Porter Center for Performing Arts.  Both are music majors at Brevard College. Ms. Highman is a student of Dr. Kathryn Gresham, and Mr. Healy is a student of Dr. Eric Peterson. Each of their…

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Brevard College to Host 2018 Great Decisions Program

Steve woodsmall talking with students in downtown brevard

By Leigh Evans BREVARD –This spring, Brevard College, in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Western North Carolina, will once again host the Great Decisions Program.  The lectures in the 2018 series will explore U.S. foreign relations via topics such as the changing relationship between the Americas, the progress and challenges faced in the arena of global health,…

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How Criminal Justice Became One of Brevard College’s Fastest Growing Majors

brevard college criminal justice program

By Alex Perri Since 2014, Brevard College’s Criminal Justice program has grown significantly, and it is largely due to one professor’s mission to make Criminal Justice students as prepared as possible to enter the workforce after graduation. Just over two years ago, Tim Powers took over the Criminal Justice major at Brevard, and since then…

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Tornados Grind Out 58-46 Victory Over Huntingdon

Whittney Demoss handles the ball

BREVARD, N.C.- Brevard controlled the boards and forced 17 turnovers to win a defensive battle over Huntingdon 58-46 in women’s basketball action on Sunday afternoon in Boshamer Gymnasium. Senior Whitney DeMoss led all players with 14 caroms in the game, as the Tornados were able to out-rebound the Hawks 48-36. DeMoss finished the game with six points, as…

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