Garden-to-Table Project: Poetry, Pottery, Community

Created three years ago by ceramics instructor Janet Neuwalder, MFA, the annual interdisciplinary project builds community among classes and volunteers from different majors, SEEd Garden student staff, poets and local farmers. Neuwalder serves as a conductor, orchestrating the student-led project and encouraging each person to discover their role. “I wanted to create an experience that […]

Model United Nations Students Cultivate Global Civic Engagement

At the heart of Model UN is the challenge of placing oneself on the side of a differing worldview and addressing international issues from that position. From preparation to presentation, students continually encounter new perspectives, histories and theories—and must learn to represent countries with values and interests often vastly different from their own. MUN Club […]

Columbine-inspired theatre production brings catharsis and wins national awards

In light of the tragedy, the University canceled the play’s performances, however, the cast pushed to stage columbinus on November 17 before an invited audience. “In the wake of the Borderline shootings, we very much wanted to perform the play which we felt had, sadly, become more relevant than ever,” said Elliott, who is also […]