Canyon Country Campus hosts Star Party

by carlosrevelo 488 views0

Hundreds of people gathered to see the stars at the Canyon Country Campus. The Star Party is an event hosted twice a year by College of the Canyons. This event provides the opportunity to see the night sky, planets, and the stars.

Dr. Steve B Howell, a member of the Kepler Science Team and specializes in research on variable and binary stars, delivered a brief orientation lecture based on his recent project.

Organizers also had telescopes with high resolutions open to the public, giving the audience a closer connection to the universe. The COC Astronomy and Physics Club were also part of this event providing information and answering concerns and background from different topics.

The Star Party is an event for all ages and was free to the public. Each year this event  is becoming bigger and people are showing more interest. “It was our 6th star party and it went fantastic, great presentations and a lot of questions from the audience,” Canyon Country Campus Assistant Dean of Student Services Ryan Theule stated.

carlosrevelo

Carlos Revelo has been part of the cougar news program for the last two years. In the first year he experienced from writing articles to accomplish his first journalism piece as a student. Since 2011 he enrolled media entertainment art classes at College of the Canyons, enjoying writing, reporting, and creating an on air personality. Being a part of the media department has increased his skills and helped him through the process. In his time off, Carlos spends time with family and friends. He also enjoys watching sports, traveling, and learning new things everyday. His biggest passion is soccer and sports. He is always up for learning and being a better person each day. He enjoys being part of College of the Canyons for the past few years and is ready to graduate waiting for new challenges.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

%d bloggers like this: