FC Underground 2014-’15, No. 36 (VIDEO)

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Senior Callista Fries posts a weekly Vlog as part of FC Underground.

Campus news via video, vlog format

This is the 36th episode of “FC Underground, 2014-15,” covering the week of March 23-27, 2015. Senior Callista Fries is a third-year host and broadcasts the video news alone normally. FC Underground is a weekly segment hosted by Fries, filmed and produced by junior videographer Tim Nyberg.

Lunch Schedule:
Monday: No Lunch
Tuesday: No Lunch
Wednesday: No Lunch
Thursday: Chik-fil-a
Friday: Pacifica Pizza

The Feather won a Gold Crown at the CSPA conference at Columbia University, this is the third Gold Crown in a row for the feather staff, if you seen any staff member in the hall way, be sure to congratulate them.

CSF has a meeting at lunch on Wed. March 25 in room 626.

Sports for the week:
Thursday:
Softball has a home game, starting at 3:30 p.m.
Tennis has a home game starting at 3:30.
Baseball has an away game, starting at 4:00.

The annual Night Of The Stars is on March 28, tickets are being sold at lunch and in the office for $60. Pictures at NOTS starts at 5:30 p.m, Location is Wolf Lakes.

The Feather will be down, starting March 27, and will be up, sometime in May, so please forgive us for the temporary freeze on the Feather.

For these and other events, read The Feather Online announcements at the Daily News. The FC Underground segments consist of news, interviews, profiles and comments on campus life. Each episode is between two and three minutes in length.

“FC Underground” first ran in the fall of 1997 and continued until the spring of 2001. In the fall of 2009, editor-in-chief Suzanna Quiring , ’10, resumed the series, which was then produced by Paige Powell, ’10. After Quiring and Powell graduated, Brooke Stobbe and David Casuga took up the job until the end the 2011-’12 school year. Now, Fries and usually junior Tim Nyberg continue the segments.

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  1. Nathaniel Adams August 30, 2014 at 2:36 am - Reply

    This was so much fun in JH. Making the volcano was an amazing experience. I hope this project will continue to happen.

  2. Hannah Nale August 30, 2014 at 2:36 am - Reply

    Last year was an awesome year especially in Mr. Richard’s class. I remember having fun making our volcanos it was a wild experience. I mostly remember when Jarrod Markarian’s volcano grew to be several feet tall it was an awesome moment.

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