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College Radio Day: AQ the Singer

Mass communications Graduate Assistant Amin Abraham-Quiles, also known as AQ the Singer, queues up music on Friday, Oct. 4, in the Swanson Center radio studio. Oct. 4 was College Radio Day, and Abraham-Quiles had his own live, two-hour show, where he sang his music.
Amin Abraham-Quiles, AQ the Singer, feels the music in the Swanson Center radio studio on College Radio Day. AQ the Singer’s music can be found on all streaming platforms.
AQ the Singer performs his original song, “99 ways” on Z98.7 FM, the student-run radio station at Piedmont College. AQ the Singer had his own two-hour show on College Radio Day where he performed live with his original music and covers.

Lady Lions roar over Toccoa Falls, win 3-1

Sports action 1
Senior Erica Balkcum goes up for a kill against Toccoa Falls. Balkcum was second on the team in both kills, 11, and digs, 14.
Sports action 2
Freshman Hannah Kate Chadwell serves the ball against Toccoa Falls on Wednesday, Sept. 25. Chadwell finished the match with seven kills, two assists and three block assists.
Sports reaction 1
Assistant Coach Rachel Selmore, left, and Head Coach Jamie McCormack get the Lady Lions ready before they play Toccoa Falls. Players pictured are freshman Alyssa Hall (20), junior Alina Roberts (18) and sophomore Aubree Yancey (17).
Sports reaction 2
The Lady Lions celebrate after winning the second set against Toccoa Falls, 25-23. Pictured are sophomore Jessica Beil (16), freshman Hannah Kate Chadwell (8), junior Alina Roberts (18) and senior Erica Balkcum.

Maymester Showcase

News 1
Campus Minister Rev. Tim Garvin-Leighton (left) passes out snacks out the Maymester showcase. Rev. Garvin-Leighton will lead a trip to Australia July 2-15.
News 2
Dr. Melissa Tingle (center), Assistant Professor of Mass Communications, and Rebecca Brantley (right), Assistant Professor of Art chat with a student interested in their Italy Maymester. Dr. Tingle and Professor will lead the trip, taking place May 13-25.
News 3
Bringing a taste of Italy to Piedmont, Dr. Tingle and Professor Brantley prepared snacks for prospective students. They also received extra attention from students who noticed their table cloth is the Italian Flag.

DSLR Practice

Labor Day

In-class Assignment 1