Articles by Kelly Burns

Jasmine Davis’ 400-m Success

April 14, 2017

Jasmine Davis, a sophomore sprinter on the Women’s Track and Field team, recently claimed first place at the Dennis Craddock Carolina Relays in North Carolina. The relay served as a season opener meet for the outdoor women and men’s teams. [...]

A Touch of New Light for Old Windows

September 8, 2015

Historic stained glass windows will get a new home this year in the Chapel of De La Salle and his Brothers. The existing windows are in the process of being removed and the new windows are projected to be installed in 2016. The college is receiving [...]

Professor Chat: Suzanne Rudnick

October 9, 2014

This week’s “Professor Chat” is with Suzanne Rudnick, professor of biochemistry. Rudnick can be found teaching Biochemistry I, Topics in Science II and Fundamentals of Science I this semester. Read on to find out a little more about your [...]

Professor Chat: Brother Robert Berger

September 30, 2014

This week’s “Professor Chat” is with Brother Rob Berger, associate professor of religious studies and resident director of Jasper Hall. This semester, Berger can be found teaching Religion 225 class Contemporary Catholicism and Religion 306 [...]

What You Need to Know About Jasper Days

April 1, 2014

After undergoing an overhaul, the event formerly known as Springfest is taking a new form with a country music headliner, fireworks and a revamped schedule. With the selection of country singer Kellie Pickler as the main performer, students have [...]