For Spirit Week, we encouraged students to participate in the different themes for each day. A few of the themes were Halloween, Twin Day, and Hype Hour, which consisted of fun and games and a stellar performance by the Tiger Girls.
“Mostly what I’ve been doing so far in the past couple of months is to figure out what we need to do that we haven’t really been able to do. We’re interested in improving people’s sense of their obligations as mandated reporters on campus,” Malone explained.
Similarly, Bliss enjoys playing with preconceptions in his work. Whether that entails the subject of his photos or his varying technique simply depends. Often, he uses flash to create a surreal effect, explaining that the extra light illuminates unpleasant details. Yet, the realistic nature of it allows his audience generate new ideas about ordinary things.
Gardner fielded a range of questions from her audience, including inquiries regarding the future of the publishing industry and book reviews as well as the number of books being bought in various regions of the country.
Without a liberal arts education, her approach to learning would be entirely different. Steele regards her years at Sewanee as ones rooted in the cultivation of a genuine interest towards learning.
“It’s the most rewarding when a student takes one of my classes and develops their own research paper from something we read in class and intrigues them, so they base their paper on that,” said Mansker.
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