Well, it is officially spring at Whitworth. And for those who are not familiar with the Whitworth atmosphere, spring is the time of decreasing motivation, increasing workload, and sunny days. It's at this time of the year (and the semester really) that I realize how far I've come, how far I need to go, and… Continue reading It’s that time of the year…again.
As a kindergartner, Brent Edstrom’s father took him to see a famous banjo player who held a performance in his hometown of Marysville, Washington—and he has had a love for music ever since. Edstrom went on to become a professional jazz pianist, composer, and arranger as well as a full-time professor at Whitworth University. Few… Continue reading Going Outside Our Boundaries
Thanks to evidence offered by the same sex attraction (SSA) and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, Christian understandings of sexuality and acceptance are being reevaluated, Dr. David P. Gushee said on Sunday night during a lecture at the Robinson Teaching Theatre. Gushee’s lecture titled “Changing Our Mind: My Journey as a Christian… Continue reading Changing Hearts to Change Minds
I have been reading a book for my media criticism course here at Whitworth University titled The End of Big: How the Digital Revolution Makes David the New Goliath. I highly recommend it to anyone that is curious about how going digital has changed our society. There are a lot of interesting thoughts within this book that… Continue reading Thoughts on “Big” Universities