With an examination of banned books, an excursion by the Climbing Club, and the first farmers market of the school year, the fall 2019 semester is well under way at the College.
The Climbing Club visited Coastal Climbing Gym on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019. Photos by Mike Ledford
Adjunct faculty Yuriy Bekker performs portions of music professor Edward Hart‘s “Under an Indigo Sky” for students in arts management professor Karen Chandler’s Understanding Creativity class. They talked to the students about Hart’s new role as composer-in-residence with the Charleston Symphony. Photos by Heather Moran
The exhibit “Voll der Osten: Totally East,” located in the rotunda of Addlestone Library, examines everyday life in the former German Democratic Republic, which began its dissolution with the peaceful revolution and opening of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago this fall. The exhibit is funded by the German Embassy’s “Wunderbar Together” Campus Weeks 2019 and the Department of German and Russian Studies. Photos by Heather Moran
A health and human performance class practices Tai Chi in the Cistern Yard on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019. Photos by Heather Moran
In recognition of Banned Books Week, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art hosted a panel discussion on issues surrounding banned books with professors Jen Wright, Claire Wofford, Marjory Wentworth, Anton Vander Zee and William Russell on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019. Photos by Heather Moran