A student from the Careerline Tech Center was among the many winners within the 2021 Mosaic Mobile quick film competitors at The Mosaic Film Experience this week.
Mosaic Mobile is a contest the place highschool college students create quick movies fully shot and edited on cell gadgets. Carley Guerrero of CTC received third place for the film “One Day at a Time.” The third place end comes with a $250 prize.
Each entry is between two and three minutes lengthy that includes a theme, prop and saying. This 12 months’s contest options “the next chapter” because the theme, “box” because the prop and “show me” because the saying.
Ten finalists had been introduced and screened Wednesday, Nov. 3, through the tenth annual Mosaic Event in Grand Rapids. Bree Mathis of Grand Rapids City Middle/High School took first place and received the favored vote as nicely. Sam Johnston of Kenowa Hills was awarded second place.
Former GVSU president to obtain navy honor
A former chief of Grand Valley State University will probably be inducted into the Michigan Military and Veterans Hall of Honor later this month.
President Emeritus Thomas Hass, who served as GVSU president from 2006 to 2019, will probably be inducted into the corridor on Friday, Nov. 19. A ceremony for the 2021 inductees will probably be held on the Michigan History Museum in Lansing.
Hass was chosen due to longtime service within the Coast Guard alongside along with his management at GVSU, said MMVHOH board member Bill MacDhubhain.
Haas graduated with honors from the Coast Guard Academy in 1973 and served two years aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Acacia in Port Huron. He earned a Master’s Degree in chemistry from the University of Michigan and spent most of his 23 years of service as a chemistry professor and member of the everlasting employees on the academy in Connecticut.
Hass was acknowledged as an knowledgeable in hazardous materials transportation, strategic planning and better training management. He labored with the United Nations to determine protocols for the secure cargo of cargoes out and in of home and worldwide ports.
He was additionally a part of the Coast Guard crew that responded to the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989. Haas retired from the Coast Guard in 1996, however returned to the academy as a civilian for a five-year stint as chief educational officer.