November 2010 Vol. 1 Issue 3
The Darton College Men’s Soccer Team made its first appearance at the NJCAA Division I National Soccer Tournament in November. After what became labeled as a dream season by head coach Bart Sasnett, the Cavaliers lost to Barton County, 3-2, in overtime.
The haunted house sponsored by Darton College and the Hasan Temple during the month of October was a huge success. The fundraiser which benefited both the Hasan Temple and Darton College’s Servant Leadership program utilized sixty-five Darton students who actively participated in set-up, decorating, and acting in the production which featured scripted scenes in various rooms throughout the old Office Max building.
Shakespeare’s comic fantasy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, was brought to life by the talented actors and dancers of Darton College on November 11-13. The production was well attended and included dazzling costumes and scenery that brought to life the whimsical and mischievous, hallmarks of the well-known play.
The Darton College Alumni Association needs your support! Your involvement in the Alumni Association is vital in helping to shape the College for future alumni who follow you. Your membership offers you savings at select businesses, access to professional development courses, career services, social networking and much more!
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled to LaGrange November 20 and won the Panther Invitational. Darton College is now 2-0 on the season. The field of teams included LaGrange College, South Georgia College, Brenau University, Berry College and Gordon College.
The Darton College men’s cross country team competed in the in the Half-Marathon Nationals in Overland Park, Kansas for the first time in school history. The Cavs finished 15th out of 25 teams.
In this issue
From his office at the main branch of DOCO Regional Credit Union Barry Heape, President and CEO, makes decisions that affect many in the community; people he considers more than customers, but friends.
Student Adam Ross appreciates the professors at Darton College and how they take time to really work with students. He says he has not met a professor that did not take time to help him understand what he was being taught. He is also a big fan of the student activities offered at the college. He feels that the student activities are an important way to bring students together – through bowling, concerts, games, etc.
Read about the achievements of your classmates and let us know about yours!
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March 24-April 2, 2011