The Kentucky Young Writers Summer Colony held its inaugural program this June with great success. The week-long program, which was open to incoming high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and incoming college freshmen, welcomed an eager group who were interested in advancing their writing skills. The Colony offered writers the space...
The College of Arts & Sciences' Staff wrapped up their summer retreat by heading to Woodland Park for a picnic and games - complete with competitive verve, loads of laughter, and plenty of high-fives, the staff enjoyed the beautiful afternoon and the chance to bond with co-workers outside of the office. Photos by Brian Connors Manke
Philosophy is transformative, and in our inaugural year of Philosophy Camp, we introduced 25 students to some of the most influential ideas of Western Philosophy. But they learned so much more than what some old guys thought many years ago! This camp is the chance to practice thinking and become more logical thinkers and speakers. It is the...
The Department of Geography held its first MapCamp – led by Boyd Shearer, the week long day camp featured exercises in map making and outdoor geo-challenges. Attendees participated in the ancient craft of cartography, built digital interactive maps to share with the world, and conducted campus treasure hunts with GPS-enabled mobile devices. More...
The Center for English as a Second Language traveled to Berea, Kentucky to take in the sights and the sounds of that city's craft festival. The group visited different student workshops and learned from regional experts about different musical instruments like the dulcimer as well as Appalachian music in general. Senior Lecture Lina Crocker...
A lot of hard work is going into renovating the long time student center. Luckily even through all the chaos it still bleeds blue!


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