Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Do you want to start a career in video production?

How do I start a career in video production? 

Ask the C.E.O. & founder of St. Louis' most progressive production company: 

Jeff Keane of Coolfire Studios  


Executive Producer of: "Sweetie Pies", "Resale Royalty", "The Next Great Burger", and "Listed Sister". 
Plus award wining production for many of the top advertising agencies in St. Louis. 

Learn about: 
Commercial and Branded Production 
TV Production 
Digital Entertainment 
Digital Engagement 


Wednesday, October 28, 1:30PM 
IR bldg. Rm 142, FVTV Studio 
First floor of the Library Building  


Sponsored by the Mass Communication Club of STLCC Florissant Valley 

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Going to a Blues Game?








Going to a Blues Game? 
Well you can get discounted tickets for select games when you use the STLCC promo code. 


Click here for more information 



K. Ann Dempsey Scholarship




K. Ann Dempsey Scholarship
Deadline: Sunday, November 1st
Two $500 Awards for 2015 Spring Semester
Eligibility: FV Student with 3.5 GPA and 1 completed Honors Contract

  

Thursday, October 15, 2015

In Memoriam, Joe Worth





Visitation for Joe Worth will be 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, October 16, at Kutis Funeral Home's city location, 2906 Gravois Ave., St. Louis, MO 63118. It is located near the interaction of Arsenal and Nebraska. 

The memorial Mass will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, October 17, at St. Cronan Catholic Church, 1202 S. Boyle Ave., St. Louis, MO 63113. Repass immediately following at 1203 S. Boyle Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110. 

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Dr. Joe Worth Memorial Scholarship Fund at St. Louis Community College. To contribute, use this link and select "In Dr. Worth's Memory".













Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Trapped in Hell with “No Exit”




Of course some people would think that "hell" is just a place or a setting that is
always negative and never changes. Though that may be true to most, Jean Paul Sartre
begs to differ. Satre’s one-act play, “No Exit”, is set in 1942 with four characters who figure out the hard way what it is like to be trapped in hell.
The Florissant Valley Theatre Program presented a production of the play for two 
weekends in September and October. Professor Dan Betzler directed the play that kicked off the program’s theater season.   
    Cole Jacobs, a veteran to the Florissant Valley stage, played the role of Bellboy who was used to being in hell and had adapted to the environment in a creepy, yet funny way. He didn't even know how to blink anymore because apparently you don't sleep in hell. He orients the new residents to their new home.
 Cradeau, played by Josh Wolf, was a journalist at a newspaper with a policy to tell the truth about
 people but hated when others talked about him. He was a perfect example of not being able to take what you dish out.
     The female characters add intrigue and complexity to the plot. Estelle, 
played by Becky Champion, questioned why she was brought to hell and eventually reveals her mean and malicious nature.  Laurell Stevenson played Inez as the epitome of evil from
start to finish making her character fun to watch. Inez was what they called “one of those women” due to her bisexual tendencies. So while
Estelle and Cradeau were trying to figure out why they were sent to hell, Inez
knew exactly why she went there.
        
Overall this show was amazing. The performers were exceptional in their portrayal.
Each actor brought intricate details to their characters that made them so special, unique
and exciting to watch. In some ways you can even feel empathy for the characters and
understand why they were the way they were. The gist of the play made you
stop and think, “Could this be me? Or could this be you?” It makes you wonder if hell is really a place or if it’s what Sartre interprets it as, other people?

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Cancer Awareness Day at STLCC- FV


Campus Life and the Campus Community Building Team Co-Sponsored the Cancer Awareness Day Event in the MPR & Student Center hallway at STLCC-FV on October 7th. They held a Lunch and Learn seminar with Dr. Daren Kest, who went into grave detail about Cancer Awareness. In the student center hallway they had information tables and blood pressure checks which was open to the Campus Community.
Dr. Daren Kest, ENT Specialist speaking at STLCC- Florissant Valley for Cancer Awareness Lunch and Learn 
Campus Life student/staff greeting students at Lunch and Learn 

American Cancer Society information table 
Get more information at RelayForLife.org or cancer.org | 1.800.227.2345

Cancer Support Community information table
Get more information at cancersupportstl.org | 314.238.2000