Breaking down the basics plus an eye on art. It’s life on The Hill.
The dining hall Healthy for Life touch-screen board is up and running for anyone wanting to explore menu options, nutritional information and healthy suggestions.
Check out the Campus Dish site at shc.campusdish.com for locations, hours of operation and menu options.
Who wants some avocado toast? Be on the lookout for new, healthy breakfast options across the campus food spots.
We are also partnering with campus organizations and departments to bring special events to the caf starting with "Students are Superheroes" for dinner on September 11, 2018.
Through the Bookstore app: mycollegebookstore or online at shc.bncollege.com, students can keep track of rentals, sales and special offers from Barnes and Noble. Download and get 25% off any branded item.
Students can gear up with new looks and still get dorm-stylish with gift boxes to customize their space. The Spring Hill Bookstore has partnered with a company to make it easy to make a room feel more like home. shc.ocm.com
- 8/24 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- 8/25 11a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bookstore closed: Saturday 8/1 through Monday 8/3 and will reopen Tuesday, 8/4 at 8 a.m.
After Labor Day hours:
- Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
NCAA DIVISION II UPDATE
The competition heats up now that Spring Hill College is an official NCAA Division II member. Every game matters when it comes to post-season play. "The better our teams do during the regular season, the better they will be seeded for conference championship tournaments. Ultimately it means playing in NCAA national championships if selected," said Jim Hall, Spring Hill College Athletic Director.
It will also mean upgrading Badgers' schedules to play better opponents in preparation for post-season games.
September 1 is the official start day for the College's membership so be sure to check out the sports schedules and cheer on the Badgers at home and away.
ARTS ON DISPLAY
New Eichold Gallery exhibit
Kenneth Baskin and Scott Meyer | Ceramic Sculpture | Aug. 20 – Sept. 14 | Closing Reception, Thursday, Sept. 13
Baskin's work explores the integration of actual and abstracted machine parts into interrelationships including balance and instability, domination and submission, tension and ease, opposition and compromise.
About Kenneth Baskin
Kenneth Baskin received his BFA from College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan and earned his MFA from University of South Carolina. Presently he holds the position of Associate Professor of Art/Ceramics at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Baskin has presented ceramic workshops, lectures about his work and exhibited his ceramic sculptures in solo and group exhibitions both nationally and internationally.
Meyer's work gives context to industrial objects so that their meaning is elevated by age, use and decay.
About Scott Meyer
Dr. Scott Meyer, Professor of Art, is in his 32nd year on the University of Montevallo faculty where he heads the ceramics program. He is internationally recognized for his sculpture, his innovative approach to wood-firing and for his writing. His art is exhibited nationally in museums, galleries and art centers and represented internationally in collections such as the Ohi Museum in Kanazawa Japan.