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Recent student portrait exploration

Posted by on Mar 7, 2018 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

David Peters and Rachel E. Britt are currently enrolled in Advanced Digital Photography taught by Adrienne Schwarte, Professor of Art and Division Chair of the Fine Arts Department. This series was part of this class and is an attempt to capture the essence of the subject’s personality by exploring their expressions. Photos by Rachel E. Britt                         Photos by David Peters                ...

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Student Life Photos

Posted by on Feb 21, 2018 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

 

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J-term: Winter Photography

Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

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Honoring Campus Veterans: Ted Higgs

Posted by on Nov 22, 2017 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

 You may have seen him in the halls and classrooms of Anderson Hall. Ted Higgs, Adjunct Instructor of English and Latin, has had a language and education career that started 1967 and still isn’t over. He says he has retired at least three times. He is proficient in several languages and has three master’s degrees: one in English, one in Latin and one in . Higgs taught at the US Military Academy at West Point, the University of Maryland’s European Division and most recently at the University of Kentucky. Three years ago, he moved to Maryville and began teaching at Maryville College. Here, he initiated the Latin program and has worked with the veterans’ center on campus since his arrival at the college. He currently serves as the director of the Military Student Center. Just made PFC – Private...

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Float Forever: Homecoming Photos

Posted by on Oct 25, 2017 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

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Maryville College hosts eighth annual Chalk The Walk

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017 in Arts/Entertainment, Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments

  Maryville College held two autumn events on Oct. 1:  Maker’s Market set up an open-air market and YEStudio led their eighth annual “Chalk the Walk.”  Both events consisted of local artists displaying their creativity to the public. As I approached Anderson Hall, I noticed rows of tents set up for the fall Maker’s Market.  Vendors displayed everything from handmade plaques and honey to fall wreaths.  There’s nothing like the smell of pumpkin spice and honey on the first day of October.  Local artists encouraged people to come into their booths.  It allowed them to speak about the meaning behind their artwork.  Maker’s Market provided local artists with a day to present and potentially sell their work to the public.   Across the street at the Clayton Center, artists worked to complete chalk masterpieces.  Each contestant received a 3×3...

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