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Faculty of the Fortnight: Steve Ellsworth

Brian Gass, Contributor

March 3, 2016

Filed under Faculty of the Fortnight

Early morning, students stroll into class still in the mindset of sleep, but Professor Steve Ellsworth is bright eyed and bushy tailed, with a cup of coffee patiently waiting for all his students to arrive.  “Good morning st...

Bliss in the backcountry

Rachel Lightner, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2016

Filed under News, Outdoor, Travel

There is a wild and unexplainable type of happiness that occurs from being in the mountains. To be in the heartland of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, with breathtaking terrain as far as the eye can see, is mesmerizing....

Faculty of the Fortnight: Rick Parsons

Bliss Gerogiev, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Faculty of the Fortnight, Feature

The first floor of the Holman Art building is home to Art Professor Rick Parsons. Clay pots, sculptures and ceramics fill the room along with a thin layer of dust from the clay. Students work intently on their projects whil...

Dreaming with Your Eyes Open

Jamie Wanzek, News Editor

February 3, 2016

Filed under Feature, Travel

    Jamie Wanzek    NEWS EDITOR For four months, home existed somewhere beyond the westward sunset, over the Mediterranean sea. It lay in my future horizon, a place separated by the Atlantic Ocean, somewhere dreaming. Ho...

Hello from Bali!

Danny Kern, @dannykernPhotography

December 11, 2015

Filed under Travel

The point I am trying to make is that traveling teaches us more than we’d ever expect. By placing yourself in a new environment, you force yourself to be engulfed by information that you would not find back home where you are oh so comfortable seeing and doing the same things over and over again.

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South Africa: a service learning class actualized

Henry Phillips, Contributor

December 11, 2015

Filed under Campus, Travel

During the trip students are engaged with many local community improvement projects. These projects range from playdates with children in orphanages, to helping improve local infrastructure by painting schools, repairing netting on gardens used for growing marketable crops and more. Even the small things we do in the local communities bring hope, smiles and new friendships.

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