Archive for February 27th, 2012

Reflection Pond

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How many of you knew out SCF’s reflection pond?

Its pretty out of the way, snuggled between two parking lots and the Neel Auditorium, and it is a place I think everybody should check out. I have a slightly annoying habit of setting my classes up so that there is at least one day a week where I am on campus all day. But it didn’t take me long to realize that this wasn’t necessarily a bad thing!

There are a lot of things to do on campus. For example, this semester my on campus day is a Wednesday. Did you know about the Farmer’s Market? I’ve mentioned it before, but I’d like to tell you about it in a little more detail. There are multiple booths set-up near the library and social studies buildings. They sell all sorts of thing! There’s a raw booth, a booth that sells snacks and meal replacements for anybody feeling adventurous and willing to try eating nothing but raw food (a very healthy choice, if one manages it properly!). There’s another one that sells Mediterranean food, and another that sells baked goods.

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You can even purchase naturally made body products and essential oils at one of the booths. Its a very nice experience.

For anybody stuck on campus around lunch time on a Wednesday, how about you try something new? Drop by one of the food booths, grab something to eat and head on over to the relfection pond. There are picnic tables and the wifi reaches out there. You can watch some of the geese that live on our campus and watch the snake birds and the ducks. You might even come across some ducklings.

Have you been out to the reflection pond? Or checked out the Farmer’s Market? Share your experience with us, our email is studentblog@scf.edu!

“Blithe Spirit”

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This morning as I walked into my ENC 1102 class, I overheard a fellow student talking about a play that he had just seen the night prior. He and the teacher were talking about it, and it sort of peaked my interest, so I chimed in. I asked what they were talking about, and they told me about a play that was very interesting. The name of the play is “Blithe Spirit” and it was apparently outstanding. I cannot say for sure, as I did not personally see it. (Heck.. I didn’t even know about it until today.) But, I cannot imagine it was anything less than amazing, coming from the Manatees. =]

Anyway, I did some research, and found out that it is still being performed, so if you would like to see it, it is still on from Thursday-Saturday (23-25) in the David S. and Anne V. Howard Studio Theatre, at the Bradenton Campus at 8pm. A matinee performance is  also scheduled at 2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 19. Here is a brief description of the play:

Written by Noel Coward, “Blithe Spirit” is a comedy about a novelist who invites a medium to conduct a séance, which goes awry with hilarious results.

The SCF production is directed by Ken Erickson Jr., director of SCF’s Theatre Program. Cast members include SCF students William Fisher as Charles, Sally Fint as Ruth, Rebecca Moore as Madame Arcati, Rachel Xavier as Elvira, and Andrew Bins as Dr. Bradman. Madeline Heath and Hannah Zachowski will alternate in the roles of Mrs. Bradman and Edith, the maid.

For the general public, admission into the play is $10. For all of the Manatees interested, admission is $5 if you have your student I.D. Tickets are on sale now in the Neel Performing Arts Center box office, which is open from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more information, call 941-752-5252.

Shoot me an email and let me know what your thoughts are on this play! studentblog@scf.edu