Karen Ruggles ’08 discusses the documentary she is making for her interdisciplinary honors thesis Karen Ruggles ’08 (Easton, Pa.) is majoring in English and art. For her interdisciplinary honors thesis, Ruggles is producing a documentary video about the juvenile justice system in Easton. Her advisors are Andrew Smith, assistant professor of English and chair of [...]
Skip Wilkins, assistant professor of music, discusses teaching the Composition Seminar Skip Wilkins is an assistant professor of music. This semester he is teaching the course Composition Seminar, where students compose and perform their own works. The following is a first-person account of Wilkins’ course. The students in Composition Seminar are all experienced musicians, representing [...]
Six students are exploring options for the Route 611 and 512 corridors in the Slate Belt A team of six students in this year’s Technology Clinic will prepare an economic development plan for the Route 611 and 512 corridors in the Slate Belt. Tech Clinic is a hands-on course founded in 1986 that brings together [...]
Students interned with Alma Scott-Buczak ’74 and Megan Sanicki ’96 at New Jersey Transit Getting more riders on the New Jersey Transit bus and rail lines served as a challenging summer internship opportunity for English and American studies double major Juliann Harabedian ’08 (Basking Ridge, N.J.) and economics and business major Rob Hyde ’09 (Chatham, [...]
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