“Paint on the Green”

“Paint on the Green”

Students, faculty and staff took a stab at painting during the "Paint on the Green" event Nov. 10 on the Brownlee campus lawn. Participants surrounded a 15-foot canvas, selecting their favorite designs and colors to create a tapestry. “This event is open for anyone with art ability, but the purpose is to get my students out of their element by listening to classical music while painting in a new environment,” said Professor Phillip Dotson, art area coordinator. “We really want to enhance our craftsmanship.”

New campus security firm begins tonight

New campus security firm begins tonight

Nearly two months after a former LOC student was shot on the campus, Security One has been selected as the college's new security firm. "The firm's contract begins at 12:01 a.m.," said Jesse Chatman, director of Administrative Services.  "The firm will assist the campus in determining what changes need to be made and another report with more information will be released," he said.

Gospel Choir sings songs of praise

Gospel Choir sings songs of praise

“Let everything that breathes sing praises to the LORD! Praise the LORD!” The LOC United Voices Gospel Choir sang songs of praise during its “Evening of Worship” concert, Oct. 19 in the Little Theatre. The choir performed several fiery songs, including "Waymaker", "Total Praise", and the choir's signature song, "Reflections". This song encouraged overcoming trials and tribulations and choir members repeated the words: "When the music stops, we still have to pray and when the tears would drop, we still kept the faith.”

Brian Clay Chronicles Honors Memphis Women Leaders

Brian Clay Chronicles Honors Memphis Women Leaders

A panel of distinguished Memphis women were highlighted during the filming of the Brian Clay Chronicles Oct. 19 on the LeMoyne-Owen College campus. This month's show, entitled "The Golden Renaissance of Women in Leadership in Memphis," was also a tribute to the late Speaker Pro Tem Emeritis, State Representative Lois DeBerry.

For the Ladies: Former Miss LOC discusses dressing for success

For the Ladies: Former Miss LOC discusses dressing for success

  Don’t dress like you’re trying to catch a man, former Miss LOC Mary Jubert told female students during the “How to Slay an Interview” workshop, Oct. 17 in the Little Theatre. Jubert used four models to demonstrate the proper and incorrect ways to dress for an interview. She challenged the audience to identify the model who was dressed appropriately.  She was wearing a gray knee-length business suit with a crisp white blouse and black flats. “Hosiery is an option depending on the suit,” Jubert said.

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“Paint on the Green”

Students, faculty and staff took a stab at painting during the “Paint on the Green” event Nov. 10 on the Brownlee campus lawn. Participants surrounded a 15-foot canvas, selecting their favorite designs and colors to

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