College Letter 09/2014
Self-professed optimist Hannah Waller ’15 negotiates natural disaster and postwar pain in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Senior Hannah Waller fits more words and smiles into 60 seconds of conversation than most people. For a glass-half-full woman, her summer research trip to Bosnia-Herzegovina was, at times, draining. [Read more]
Art students are creating public sculptures on campus that serve a functional purpose, too.
New public sculptures have been popping up on campus in recent months. They are artistic creations with a utilitarian purpose—to hold bicycles. [Read more]
Nick Smith explores apologies in his second book on the subject.
Apologies are where we fight our moral battles, according to professor of philosophy Nick Smith, and in the modern media landscape, that means that every day presents new battlefields. [Read more]