‘Life on the Moon’ at Serenbe Tuesday
The University of West Georgia’s School of the Arts will host a session of “The Other Night School” Tuesday, Feb. 19, at The Inn at Serenbe’s Hawthorne Room.
The session – “Life on the Moon in the 1830s” – is free and open to the public, with a 6 p.m. reception and a 6:30 p.m. presentation by Mark Schoon, UWG associate professor of art.
For centuries the moon was an unattainable subject of speculation and desire. Through a series of illustrated newspaper articles in 1835, however, much of this speculation was set straight. Schoon will look at this and other instances when scientific representation competes with our desires and basic reasoning.
East Coweta, Newnan Winterguards to compete
The Coweta County Board of Education recently approved several trips for high school Winterguard members to compete in events.
In March, East Coweta’s guard will compete in the Winter Guard International South Carolina Regional at Winthrop University and in the State Winterguard SAPA Championship at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga.
In April, both East Coweta’s and Newnan’s guards will compete in the Winter Guard International World Championship at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio.
Schools with highest attendance recognized
Schools and programs in the Coweta County School System with the highest staff and student attendance were recognized by the board of education recently.
The school with the highest staff attendance was Evans Middle School. Schools with the highest student attendance were Arbor Springs Elementary, Madras Middle School and Northgate High School. The program with the highest student attendance was the Central Educational Center.
Academic degrees, honors and achievements
Berry College: Derrek Sack of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Dual-Degree Engineering.
Georgia Tech: Nicholas Anderson of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Graham Burson of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Iris Kate Kathlyn Colendrino of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Stephan Hardt of Newnan, Master of Business Administration-Global Business; Joseph Hogan of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering; Caleb Johnson of Sharpsburg, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Jacob Lochmann of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Nikita Patel of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry; Derrek Sack of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Katie Lynn Sears of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Economics; Laura Sears of Senoia, Bachelor of Science in Literature, Media, and Communication; Ian Sebastian of Sharpsburg, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering;
Ekaterina Selivanova of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering; Scott Shaeffer of Palmetto, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering; Imran Shah of Newnan, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering; Jessica Struempf of Sharpsburg, Bachelor of Science in Literature, Media, and Communication.
Georgia State University: Katherine Angelo, Sohail Badarpura, Sarah Baldwin, Sophie Boynton, John Bronzi, Catherine Dalton, Olivia Davis, Erica Dix, Nicole Goncerzewicz, Jordan Harris, Kerrie Head, Kaitlyn Hewett, Adriana Horton, Nia Parker, Shan Patel, Peyton Salyards, Anna Serrate, Grace Sloderbeck, Chris Thomson, Rebekah Waller and Scarlet Webb, all of Newnan; Benjamin Belisle, Andrew Gabrie, Heather Hendrix, Jennifer Lees, Mark Lynch and Sean Morse, all of Senoia; Claudia Akins, Sydney Boyd, Jacob Burgess, Cathryn Kimsey, Aidan Magee, Jacob Webb, Caitlin Wheeler and Russell Zaring all of Sharpsburg.
Auburn University: (Harbert College of Business) Matthew Ragan of Senoia.
Charleston Southern University: Kylie Christine Doster of Sharpsburg.
Georgia State University: Ivey Foster of Grantville; Dyllan Barnett, Xavier Baruti, Andrew Becham, Brandon Bonilla, Jasmine Brewster, Corina Bronzi, Madison Cantrell, Victoria Carlino, Cameron Doering, Nicole Duncan, Nicholas Elliott, Juan Escobar, Katie Ferguson, Evan Fleuren, Audri Flores, Kristin Foley, Zykeria Gates, Rachel Gazan, Marissa Greubel, Sydney Griffin, Christine Harper, Nini Hoang, Joshua Hopkins, Trenton Hopkins, Kyle Hunt, Arden Jobe, Andrew Jongeneel, Christopher Jordan, Bailey Knight, Shan Lakhani, Gizelle Lamastus, DeVonte LeBlanc, Jonghyun Lee, Noah Malik, Alison McCondichie, Brendan North, Travis Patrick, KiahVania Payton, LaCharity Phillips, Nathaly Quiros, Jessica Rodriguez, Payton Scott, Daniel Serna, Mckinley Sullivan, Garrett Tidwell, Tuyen Tran, Jacob Tranter, Nathaniel Turner, Ralyn Tyler, Kati Waller, Kobe Waller, Jordan Wisenbaker and Lauren Zasucha, all of Newnan; Ricquel Coggins, Daisy Franco, Chaycie Goggins, Jonathan Lopez, Haley McMurrain and Nydia Milton, all of Palmetto; Cassie Carver, Amber Galloway, Diego Kawai, Sam Lees, Summer Madison, Daniel Nelson, Robert Patterson and Nicole Watts, all of Senoia; Giovannina Aulicky, Heavyn Ayers, Lily Barron, Nickelas Bray, Arianna Burnett, Hannah Clayton, Madison Davis, Joseph Frazier, Alexis Greiner, Andrew Jordan, Timothy Kennedy, Edmund Leung, Cameron Sapp, Tatyana Spivey and Loraine Zheng, all of Sharpsburg.
Oglethorpe University: Victoria McMillan of Newnan; Margaret Thompson of Senoia.
Widener University: Brooke Mahon of Sharpsburg.