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Silver Lake College Showcases New Art Exhibits

Posted On June 23, 2014

Gallery 117 is showcasing two new art exhibits, both of which are open to the public through Aug. 10. The gallery is located in the lower level of the main building at Silver Lake College, 2406 S. Alverno Road.

One exhibit features works from Silver Lake College’s permanent collection. They consist of lithographs by well-known artists as well as several etchings, block prints and sculptures.

Another section of Gallery 117 spotlights wood carvings and silk screens of wildlife by Randy Manlick, a graduate in Studio Art from Silver Lake College.

“What is so great about these exhibits is that...

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Silver Lake College’s Rahmlow to Speak at Western Governors Commencement Ceremony

Posted On June 23, 2014

Jeff Rahmlow, an IT Systems Specialist at Silver Lake College, will be a speaker at Western Governors University’s commencement ceremony, which is scheduled for July 12 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Rahmlow completed his bachelor’s degree at WGU on June 3. He enrolled full-time at the online university in December 2008. WGU is anticipating that about 1,500 of its roughly 6,000 summer graduates will walk across the stage on commencement day.

As the date for graduation drew closer, Rahmlow applied to be a commencement ceremony speaker. He was chosen are being interviewed and then writing a draft...

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Silver Lake College art professors showcase skills on Newton Meats mural

Posted On June 19, 2014

A once-gray exterior wall at Newton Meats has been brought to life thanks to the artistic vision of the business’ owner and the talents of two art professors at Silver Lake College.

On Monday, professor Sister Mariella Erdmann and assistant professor Erin LaBonte completed the mural, which features four panels — each illustrating a country theme. Each panel is about 10 feet high and 12 feet wide.

Karean VanEss, owner of Newton Meats, said she was inspired to see a mural painted on the wall after noticing similar artistic endeavors in Honduras, where she volunteered on mission trips. She asked...

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Portee to play basketball for Silver Lake College

Posted On June 16, 2014

Jordan Portee, a point guard from Ridge View High School (South Carolina), has signed a letter of intent to attend Silver Lake College in the fall and play for the men’s basketball team.

“I like the program and their coach (Phil Budervic),” Portee said in a story recently posted online at ColaDaily.com. “He has the same mindset as me. (He likes) playing hard on defense and a fast-tempo offense. He believes in working hard and getting better.”

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Silver Lake College Unveils Franciscan Music Center Website

Posted On June 04, 2014

Silver Lake College has unveiled a website — www.franciscanmusiccenter.org — dedicated to its new Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, which is located on campus at 2406 S. Alverno Road.

The website, best viewed via Google Chrome, features a variety of photographs and information about upcoming concerts and events, college music programs, facility rentals and more. It also showcases programs and events for the Holy Family Conservatory of Music, which is now housed at the Franciscan Music Center.

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Silver Lake College Hosts Collaborative Partnership Meeting

Posted On June 02, 2014

In the fall of 2014, the Special Education Department at Silver Lake College will launch a community-based, non-teaching major in Cognitive Disabilities to prepare future graduates to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities outside of the school setting in inclusive, community-based living and working options.

There is an increasing number of organizations and services being developed, and the need for qualified personnel with special education knowledge and skills coupled with business or family services skills is growing. This new focus is in addition to their current CD major,...

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