Art students draw human physique

Taylor Walding Variety Editor In life drawing class, one of the required courses for a bachelor of fine arts degree, students learn to draw the human physique by sketching undressed models during class. According to Pam Allen, the chair of the art department, this is the most important class for art students, as they learn to Read More

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Professor’s new book highlights William Faulkner

Abby Taylor Assistant News Editor Kirk Curnutt, professor and chair of the English department, recently wrote “William Faulkner (Critical Lives),” in which he looks into the life and writings of William Faulkner. “The book is a part of a series of books called ‘Critical Lives,’ and they’re basically pocket biographies,” Curnutt said.  The “Critical Lives” series Read More

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The Bible is a reliable historical document

Though it is my belief that the Bible is the inspired word of God, that in itself is not a sufficient reason to argue its validity.  Defending it on that sole basis would be circular reasoning, which clearly is not the case, for academic debates surrounding the Bible have been going on for centuries.   A Read More

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