New campus commons plans community-driven mosaic

By Morgan Rosenberger Staff Writer Community members may have a chance to get involved in a student-driven art installation in the new commons area coming to Prescott College. An urban art mosaic may be among new projects and renovations at the school this summer. Prescott College students in the Art, Culture, and Socially Engaged Practices … Continue reading

The Raven Review interviews Dr. Kristin Woolever on her vision of Prescott College

By Rebecca Antsis Staff Writer With a new president, plans for dorms and 10-year strategic planning, Prescott College is changing before our eyes. Anticipated changes at Prescott College, as presented by President Dr. Kristin Woolever: Concrete changes Dorm groundbreaking, May 2011; completion anticipated Fall 2012. Increase in student health services, 24-hour minimum care, Fall 2012. … Continue reading

Professor Henrie shares the precarious history of Prescott College

By Rebecca Antsis Staff Writer On the old campus: It was a residential school mostly … they had two sets of dorms and it was kind of rural. When they first built the school in 1965 it was on a dirt road. To live in town, you would have to drive six or eight miles … Continue reading