Students strut their art skills in juried show

By Morgan Rosenberger Staff Writer Freshworks III, a Student Exhibition at Sam Hill Gallery, houses works ranging from photography, blown glass, screen prints to charcoal drawings. As an entirety, the art presents personal and social commentary. Many of the pieces reveal the artists’ vulnerability with a harrowing presence, while others strike the viewer with their … Continue reading

Prescott College professor Sam Henrie reveals colorful past

By Rebecca Antsis Staff Writer He has been at Prescott College a long time: for 39 years, having taught over 40 different courses. Official titles: Professor of Humanities, Professor Emeritus. Education: Bachelor of Music from Brigham Young University, Masters in Music from the University of Utah, Doctorate in Educational Psychology at Berkeley. Inspired by: Prescott … Continue reading

Haiti relief organization calls for volunteers

By Erika DeLeo Staff Writer For some organizations, relief means food, blankets and shelter for the needy. For Kristopher Young, a trailblazing graduate student at Prescott College, it means a rubber tire garden, a tree nursery, and baby goats. On January 12, 2010 when the poorest country in the western hemisphere was hit with its … Continue reading

Travel writer speaks at Prescott College

By Daniel Roca Staff Writer In a tightly packed room, eyes and ears tuned into the stories of a jovial and daring storyteller, captivating them with photos, videos and tales of misadventure. Craig Childs, author, traveler and, in his words, “animal and creature,” spoke at Prescott College on the evening of Feb. 16, 2011. A … Continue reading