‘Contours of Knowledge’

On Friday, Dec. 3, the second annual “Contours of Knowledge” was presented by students, faculty and staff members showcasing their imaginative, interdisciplinary ideas to the public in the library auditorium. “[This] is students presenting their work in a scholarly context,” said Jans B. Wager, chair in Interdisciplinary Studies and Cinema Studies. “The work is fascinating […]

Poetry by Rob Carney

English professor, Rob Carney recited poetry on Friday, Dec. 3, in the library auditorium during the Second Annual Contours of Knowledge, an Interdisciplinary Conference. “He expressed real feelings and thoughts no matter how simple the words,” said student Alexa Pulley. “He was funny, quirky and unique. I never got bored.” Carney is the author of […]

Active awareness

On the evening of Sept. 27, a pedestrian crossing 800 South, the road between the testing center and the free lot, was struck by a driver heading westbound along the street. Police said the student was wearing dark clothing and listening to his iPod. According to unnamed eyewitness, they heard a thud and saw him […]