Elizabeth Jones Project: Think About What You Saw: A Learning Experience in Eastern Europe Sophomore Elizabeth Jones will travel in various places through Eastern Europe to look at Holocaust sights as well as Holocaust sights of memory. Jones will leave in May, a mere four days after her finals. This trip will last approximately 3 weeks. “I’m going to Budapest, a couple spots in Poland, and some spots in Germany,” Jones said. “I am also doing Hendrix-in-Bonn, so some of these things are tied in with that. The biggest thing is, I am visiting a lot of spots Auschwitz and … Continue reading Spotlight on summer Odyssey projects
As we escape these bitter times of cold and rainy weather, spring is arriving. Typically, students will begin to creep out of their dorm rooms and find themselves lounging on a blanket in the middle of campus to celebrate the … Continue reading Spring Activity Guide
Hendrix is exploring new options for student work and internship opportunities. There are several initiatives in the works, one being the co-op task force, which is currently designing a program for students to hold internships while taking courses. “The purpose … Continue reading Hendrix explores addition of co-op program
Hendrix’s Mental Health Working Group connects the student body with administrators on campus, like members of the counseling services, Dr. Vetter, the Dean, and Dr. Davis, the psychiatrist who comes to campus every Tuesday. It’s led by sophomore Natalie Burgess. … Continue reading A growing need for counselors
Dr. Toni Wall Jaudon Over break, I read Cal Newport’s Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World. While the book has its shortcomings, it offers some smart observations about how to guard one’s focus and attention from our … Continue reading What Do Professors Do Over Break?