The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, January 13, 1999, Page 3, Image 3

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TI he CI ac I< amas P rìnt
Wednesday, January. 13, 1999
Snively's mural, a year in the making, unveils in Pauling
• Geology department illustrates 570 million years of dirt
JEREMY STALLWOOD
Feature Editor
A pair of enthusiastic Art and
Science Departments mounted a
new geology mural in the biology
hall of the Pauling Center last Fri­
day, Jan. 8.
“I’ve been hearing about it for
months,” Joan Harrison, science
lab manager, said. “It’s nothing
like I imagined.”
The official presentation of the
mural will be conducted with a
slide show by Physical Science
Instructor John Snively on Thurs­
day, Jan. 14 at noon in Pauling 101.
A year ago, Snively had a vision,
an idea that would benefit students.
The mural will be used as a learn­
ing tool for the Science Depart­
ment.
Real rock samples as well as
animal fossils are embedded in the
mural, corresponding to the proper
layer of sediment. The mural is a
geological timeline spanning 570
million years.
The mural is divided into three
sections, or levels. The first, de­
picting the Grand Canyon, repre­
sents the Earth’s deepest layers of
rock. The middle panels are of
what lays exposed in the Zion Na­
tional Park, and the last set of pan­
els represent the Bryce Canyon
whose layers of sediment are those
that are on the top.
Art students who deserve recog­
nition for their work include Nic
Delgado, Diane Gauthier, Lauren
Robertson, Wanda Robertson and
Steve Wilson.
The mural was funded by the
College Foundation.
Diane Gauthier, John Snively and David Anderson eyeball the marvealous mural paitned by students from the art department.
PHOTOS BY TIMOTHY A. BELL / Clackamas Print
Embedded in the proper
layers, plants and animals
correspond to their time
period. The mural will be used
as a learning and teaching tool
for the Science Department for
many years to come.
Students offered exchange Clackamas Writers' Club sponsors
of language, culture
COVER PAGE
writing competition
DE LA CRUZ
Spanish speaking students study-
g English and English speaking
udents studying Spanish have an
jportunity to work together in a
;w program called Conversation
Next Tuesday, Jan. 19at 6:30p.m.
room 109 at the Harmony Center
Milwaukie will be an orientation
eeting for interested participants,
athleen Fallon, program coordina-
r, would like students to call ahead
i that she may pair students evenly,
dividuals will work together in
lirs with an assigned partner for
le hour per week at the students’
“Students can create their own
schedule with their partner,” said
Fallon.
The program was designed to
help students and staff practice
language and conversation skills
while getting to know someone
from another culture. One of the
goals of the program, according to
Fallon, is to build lasting friend­
ships through language and cul­
ture.
Bi-lingual conversation guides
will be available for the partners
to use as a starting point. Bi-lin­
gual games and books will be
available on a check-out basis for
participants as well.
To register your name and lan­
guage, contact Rosa Hilts, ESL
secretary at the Harmony Center,
at ext. 3117 or contact the ESL
department at ext. 2503.
JEREMY STALLWOOD
Feature Editor
The Clackamas Writers’
Club, advised by English In­
structor Allen Widerburg, is
sponsoring a writing contest;
the deadline is Wednesday,
Feb. 17.
Students and staff are wel­
come to submit fiction, poetry
and creative non-fiction with
no limit on length to Widerburg
in SI24. There will be cash
awards for winners in the com­
petition.
The story or poem itself
should not contain any obvious
information identifying the
writer. The judges will read
entries and their decisions will
be based solely on the quality
of the writing.
It is very important to sub­
mit four copies of each entry
and to include an IBM-compat­
ible 3.5” disk containing the
submission.
All entries to the Writers’
Club contest will be considered
for publication in the Synesthe­
sia, the on-campus literary
magazine which will be pub­
lished in the Spring.
Again, deadline is Wednes­
day, Feb. 17. Return entries to
Allen Widerburg in SI24, or
contact him at ext. 2359.
Format for submissions
should appear as follows:
Title
Category
Name
SSN
Address
Phone #
ENTRY
Title
SSN
xxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx