Water: Hydrology, Aquatic, Chemistry, and Ecology explores the geochemical, physical, hydrological, and biological properties of water systems at the level of a watershed.This class applies several different principles such as surface hydrology, ecology, field sampling, and experimental design.
Smiling Through the Apocalypse scientifically surveys contemporary predictions of a secular apocalypse, including: financial collapse, climate change, nuclear Armageddon, pandemics, and resource scarcity. The course questions the seriousness of these dangers and how to live a rewarding life if they were to occur.
Cultural Perspectives in Dance introduces students to dance ethnography; the study of the social, cultural, and political life of dance, dances, and dancers. Students will read dance ethnographies and will have the unique opportunity to talk directly with ethnographers. Beyond exploring the methodological, theoretical, and ethical issues of dance ethnographies, students will have the opportunity to create their own mini dance ethnography.
Llamapalooza. Photo Credit: Llama 2014
All Campus Events (ACE) is a small group of students devoted to planning awesome events for the entire campus. They plan large events such as Winter Ball, The Halloween Dance Party and The Fun Fair, Llamapalooza, as well as smaller campus and sober night events like Movie Trilogies and Game Nights. ACE also teams up with other student organizations to help them plan events.