College Letter 02/2018
Tejas Moses creates Japanese-inspired pottery the traditional and sustainable way.
Some objects improve our lives simply because they are beautiful. So says Tejas Moses, a junior fine arts and sustainability dual major who works in ceramics — crafting pots, plates and pitchers out of merest clay.
New NSF grant examines the role of emotions in adolescent rule breaking.
Why do some adolescents obey the rules, while others break them? Psychology professor Ellen Cohn and sociology professors Cesar Rebellon and Karen Van Gundy will now be able to build on more than a decade of research that seeks to answer this question.
Matthew Cheney, a Dissertation Year Fellow, explores how conflict influences literature.
Matthew Cheney says his decision to pursue a doctorate in literature was triggered by the inheritance of his father’s gun shop in 2007.