June 28, 2008
Canton of Crois Brigte
Barony of Sacred Stone
Runestone Collegium is going to be held on the beautiful campus of
Winston-Salem State University near downtown Winston-Salem, NC. The day is
dedicated to Arts and Sciences classes of all types. Full tracks of Heraldic and
Scribal arts are planned. There will also be classes for fiber arts and garb. In
case you arenít interested in arts type classes, we will be hosting several
classes about the Middle East with a few Viking offerings. There will be classes
for fighters but not combat. Leave your armor at home. Your weapons are not
This year we are really pushing for documentation and class handouts. Thatís not
all that new. What is new is that teachers are being asked to turn in their
handouts early. The handouts will be collected on CD-ROMs to be given to the
first 100 students and teachers.
Atlantia University credit can be offered to students.
Location: Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, NC
Cost: this is a ďDonations OnlyĒ event.
Site Restrictions: Due to the recent unfortunate scares across the country,
security on college campuses are pretty tight. Itís not as bad as airport
security but there is a prohibition on weapons. This includes theater props that
remotely resemble real weapons. If you plan on bringing your lunch, please only
bring plastic picnic knives. There is a ban on live steel. The campus is drug
and alcohol free. Smoking is permitted outside the building only. There are no
accommodations for pets.
Handicapped accessibility: The campus is fully ADA approved.
Site opens 8 am. First classes start at 9 am. The site closes at 4 pm.
There are several restaurants near the campus, a map will be available at Troll
for those so interested.
Autocrat: Lord Geffrei Maudeleyne. m.k.a. Bill Mauldin,
5790 Stone Mill Drive Apt. D
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
(336) 293-6269 (noon to 10 pm preferred).
The campus is located in the south east corner of the intersection
of US Hwy. 52 and Business Interstate I-40. Easiest access is exit 108c of
US-52. A map can be found at
http://www.wssu.edu/WSSU/About/Information/Maps.htm We're going to be in
building "26," and we'll park in "U." Late arrivals may need to find parking
elsewhere on campus, but there should be no ticketing during the summer.