The Vol State Theatre Dept. will be hosting a night of family fun for their production of Junie B. Jones is not a Crook, on Oct. 19th and 20th at 7:30 P.M. in Caudill Hall. It's free for Vol State students, faculty, and staff, and $5 for the public. Bring your family, friends, or just yourself, and come laugh with us. Pictured here is Emily Bardwell who plays Junie B.'s friend, Lucille.
Meet Freshman Nessa Scalera. This Veterinary Medicine student has a passion for animals, particularly reptiles. “I love animals, I have eight… Reptiles are often the most abused type of animal just because of ignorance. I got into reptile rescue, taking sick reptiles that had been abused, getting them back to health and new homes, and I was like, I have fun, this is great, I could do this every day,” she said.
Printmaking student Julian Hunter shows off his octopoda masterpiece in progress.
Sophomore Taylor Brown is fascinated with the wheel bug she and her friend Davis Cheney found outside of Ramer. They've name 'her' Beatrice.
16 year old Ally Davis is a Middle College student from Beech High School. Ally loves the flexibility that her Vol State schedule offers and is an artist at heart. She has aspirations of becoming a designer in some form or fashion.
Students Kaylynn Brown and Baleigh Bennett have been best friends since high school in Portland, TN. Both majoring in Pre-Nursing, they decided to continue to conquer their education together at Vol State.