“Chilladelic;” twisted imagery, hidden detail, sensory overload—this is how Byron Berry, founder of Midwest Art Movement, describes his art. “My own individual brand would be ‘chilladelic’—I made my own kind of brand,” Berry said. “You just gotta see it, I want people to feel overwhelmed.”
Midwest Art Movement is a collaboration of young artists in Dayton, Ohio, who are focused on showcasing their art and passions, including music, poetry, drawings, paintings and videos. Continue reading Midwest Art Movement
Paul Carbonaro, the ESL coordinator at Sinclair. His job as an ESL services coordinator is to help any students who have English as a Second Language (ESL). He’s an advisor, counselor, financial assistant and so much more to these students. He also helps out any staff or faculty that need help with an ESL student. Continue reading Tartan Spotlight with Paul Carbonaro
I am a 43-year-old student here at Sinclair. I am returning to change my path after 25 years in the same career. I have chosen a difficult program, but my passion for it is strong. I am getting good grades so far, and have been able to balance everything quite well.
I have a job, a family and animals that I take care of, and a household to run. My next term has a heavy workload and I’m getting worried about my ability to keep that balance. I’m sure that I’m not the only one here. It is really tough to go home, get dinner ready, do some work, keep a home and when you finally sit down to quietly study, there’s yet 3 more things that need to be
done or someone needs something.
Do you have any advice for those of us who aren’t as young and energenic as most of the students here? I try to get as much work done here that I can, but there is always some that carries over to take home with me.
Sincerely, Balancing act
Continue reading Dear Gabby
Science is defined as the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiments. Continue reading Creationism, a Forgotten Field
Coach Price and the Tartan Pride basketball team took a trip through Washington D.C to play a game, which got changed to a scrimmage, against Navy’s basketball team. The game ended with a 78-68 victory for the Tartans where forward Steven Perriere put on a show with 21 points and 17 rebounds. Continue reading Tartan Pride Basketball
At Sinclair Community College, there is no end to the amount of opportunities to give back to the community, and this fall Sinclair is giving students the chance to do exactly that. Running from November 18 to November 25, Sinclair students can give away their coats, hats and other various winter wear to Hannah’s Treasure Chest. Continue reading Treasure in Service Learning