Thursday, February 18, 2010

Recent from the Ranger

This is my finally updating the blog with news and feature photos:

Corinet player David Jellema and drummer Michael Waskiewicz of the ragtime band Second Line perform during Fat Tuesday Feb. 16 in Loftin. The band's name refers to the group of rowdy fans and admirers that follow the front line during parades in New Orleans.

Housekeeper Juanita Hernandez exits Chance Academic Center after her shift ended Feb 2. Plans are currently in progress for the loss of six housekeeping employees.

International student portraits:

Yonggun Lee, South Korean international student and engineering sophomore, poses with the flag of South Korea east of Moody Jan. 21. Lee moved to San Antonio from Incheon, South Korea, in 2005.

Anesa Sankar, nursing sophomore and international student from Trinidad, holds a postcard of her native country Jan. 22. Sankar moved to the U.S. in 2006, and plans to graduate next year.

Business sophomore Allen Evans talks with Shannon White, program and clinical director of the Center for Family Relations during the service-learning and volunteer fair Feb. 10 in Candler. After recently being laid-off, Evans sees community service as a way to give back while unable to donate funds to the church.

Opening of the Chill Lounge:

Architecture sophomore Carlos Montalvo, along with his wife Felcia and 18-month-old daughter Isabella, pose for a picture taken by architecure sophomore John Silva Friday during the grand opening of the Chill Lounge, on the first floor of Chance. Carlos Montalvo and Silva were part of the 14-student team who began designing the lounge in Professor Isabel Garcia's fall 2008 Architecture 2470 class.

Richard Castillo finishes his drink in the limo before entering the Black and White Ball hosted by the Gay and Lesbian Association.

Marketing sophomore Caitlin Taylor laughs during the Black and White Ball hosted by the Gay and Lesbian Association,at Koehler Cultural Center. Taylor said she purchased the suspenders off ebay for $10.

A hole drilled through the second-story balcony doesn't drain enough water Feb. 3, at the Jean Longwith Radio-Television & Film Building.

After waiting in line for 45 minutes, biology freshman Ji-ae Im and laboratory science sophomore Hana An of Korea are told by admissions clerk Dana Arnold that they are in the incorrect line for receiving a parking permit Monday in Candler.

1 comment:

megan said...

That poor girl! She's in my Psych class.