Tuesday, March 21, 2017
ROCK THE ART VOTE HAS A TIE! The 2017 Juried Student Art Exhibition People's Choice Winners are Isaac Waterman's "Lamps & Mirrors" oil painting and Kiana Ziegler's "Imagination" colored pencil drawing. Runners-up are Ashley Chenevey and Oromia Jula.
On Thursday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m., music education majors Rachel Parfitt Kelly (Columbus) and Hannah Wise (Hartville) will perform their junior recital in the Elizabeth Pastor Recital Hall. Both sopranos will be accompanied by pianist Deb Logan and joined by guest vocalists Jacob Markley, baritone and Jacob Poiner, tenor. READ MORE
On Tuesday, February 27, Dr. Kevin Sharpe, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of Religious Studies at St. Cloud State University, MN, delivered his talk titled “Can a materialist believe in the incarnation?” Dr. Sharpe skillfully explained the major issues involved in making sense of a materialist view of humanity in conjunction with a Christian picture of the incarnation. One of the highlights of the afternoon was Dr. Sharpe's challenge to himself, which was to address two of the more complex objections against his view as seen in this video.
Monday, March 20, 2017
Spanish Studies Abroad will be having an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 22 at 3 p.m. in Room 209 of Bixler Center for the Humanities for anyone interested in studying abroad. Semester and summer programs are available in Seville, Spain; Alicante, Spain;San Juan, Puerto Rico; Havana, Cuba; and Cordoba, Argentina.
This internship has shown me that I absolutely want to work with children. This internship has shown me the ups and downs of social work, and has shown me the importance of empathy and optimism when trying to empower clients. It has prepared me by exposing me to the vast amounts of hurting children in our society who desperately need proper care. Being at Christian Children’s Home of Ohio has prepared me immensely for my future career, and I cannot wait to get started after graduation! FULL INTERVIEW
The Ashland University English Department will begin its Spring 2017 Reading Series on Monday, March 20 with a poetry reading by Bruce Weigl, followed by a nonfiction reading by Alex Lemon on March 27 and a fiction reading by Robin Black on April 3. All readings, which are free and open to the public, will be held at 4 p.m. in the Ronk Lecture Hall in the Dwight Schar College of Education. READ MORE