EASTFIELD COLLEGE NEWS
Eastfield College to Hold 41st Annual Commencement Exercise
Eastfield College will hold its forty first annual commencement exercise at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 10, in the Mesquite Convention Center and Exhibit Hall.
Eastfield College Student Newspaper Makes (School) History
Staff members from The Et Cetera, Eastfield College's student newspaper, have enjoyed the most successful year in school history. Student editors won the school's first Pacemaker award, the top prize in collegiate journalism; cartoonist Cody Richeson was named the national Cartoonist of the Year; and the newspaper also captured 45 state awards.
Eastfield College Department of Theater presents "Dracula"
Eastfield College Department of Theater presents "Dracula" by John Matterna on October 21 & 22. The show will be at 7 p.m. in Eastfield's Lower Courtyard. This production of "Dracula" is directed by Dusty Reasons, Eastfield Theatre Program Coordinator, with a set designed by Lori Honeycutt, Eastfield Theater Tech. Lights and special effects will be done by Assistant Theater Tech Lucas Barnes.
Eastfield College Hosts Up and Coming Nashville Artist
Eastfield College Office of Student Life is sponsoring a free concert featuring Nashville artist Natalie Stovall on November 8 at 12:30 in the Performance Hall. Natalie was born and raised just outside of Nashville, TN. Since her first professional gig singing and playing the fiddle at the age of 10, Natalie has already seen things that most artists could only dream of. She's performed everywhere from Oprah to the Grand Ole Opry. She was the first performer ever to be invited to sing "God Bless America" for the President at the White House Press Correspondents Dinner. And surprisingly, she has done all of this with no record deal of any kind.
Eastfield College Baseball Team Receives Championship Rings
Although the Texas Rangers didn't bring home the World Series pennant, the Dallas area already has a World Series winner. The Eastfield College Harvesters, who won the NJCAA 2011 National Championship earlier this year, received their championship rings on October 27.
Eastfield College Student Fine Arts Sale
Looking for some handmade, unique gifts this holiday season? Come to the Eastfield College Student Fine Arts Sale November 30 - December 2 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. in C135. The sale is sponsored by the Arts, Language and Literature Division.
Eastfield College Department of Theater in cooperation with Company of Rowlett Performers (CORP) presents “Miracle on 34th St” a play from the novel by Valentine Davies on December 1-3 and December 8-10. The show will be at 7:30 p.m. in Eastfield's Performance Hall. This production of “Miracle of 34th Street” is directed by Donna Covington, CORP Artistic and Technical Director, with a set designed by Lori Honeycutt, Eastfield Theater Tech, and Blayze Carter, Eastfield student. Costume Design is by Dusty Reasons, Eastfield Theatre Program Coordinator.