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‘Yarnstorm’ hits campus

‘Yarnstorm’ hits campus

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

April 6, 2017


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Last Sunday, students from Leigh Anne Howard’s Advanced Performance class ‘yarnstormed’ campus in an effort to visually communicate the ideas and theories they discussed in class. The Shield sat down with Howard, a Professor of Communication Studies, to talk about her class project. The Shield: What was the ya...

Celebrating the dead

Celebrating the dead

Gabi Wy, Features Editor

November 3, 2016


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On Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, Gabriela Aguilar feels a connection to her half-sibling Ramses. The sophomore biochemistry major admired the festive display with a friend at the university’s Day of the Dead celebration Tuesday in the Liberal Arts Building. “This is a day that yo...

‘Enthusiastic’ professor recognized by arts council

‘Enthusiastic’ professor recognized by arts council

Gabi Wy, Features Editor

August 17, 2016


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Brakston Farrar said art professor Joan deJong doesn’t spoonfeed her students.

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New dean aims to “maximize abilities”

Gabi Wy, News Editor

February 24, 2016


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As an Englishman, James Beeby has always been fascinated with America. Provost Ron Rochon named Beeby the new dean of the College of Liberal Arts Friday. He replaces former Liberal Arts Dean Michael Aakhus, who retired in December. Beeby, who is originally from Northamptonshire, England, currently serves ...

Dean of LA retiring after fall semester

Gabi Wy

August 18, 2015


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Michael Aakhus, dean of liberal arts, will retire after the fall semester. Ann White, dean of nursing and health professions, spoke at a fall faculty meeting expressing appreciation for how helpful Aakhus has been to her throughout her own time at the university. Her words led to all faculty members...

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