Express yourself, de-stress yourself: Julia Crawford ’19 connects art-making, psychology in honors thesis

In the world of higher education, coloring isn’t a subject often discussed. However, Julia Crawford ’19 thinks stressed-out college students could benefit from practicing more of it. A double major in art and psychology, Julia Crawford ’19 is connecting the two disciplines in her senior honors thesis. Crawford’s thesis centers around how the act of […]

Student Artist Spotlight | Political discourse through the artistic medium: Elle Cox ‘21 explores power in her works

“Student Artist Spotlight” is part of a series meant to highlight the achievements of student artists at the college.  Elle Cox ’21 was a 2017 Presidential Scholar of the Arts, a highly selective and immensely prestigious award given to only 20 students each year. It is the highest honor a high school artist can achieve. […]

Student Artist Spotlight: Regan Kinney ’20 designs mural for canal trail, approved by City Council

“Student Artist Spotlight” is part of a series meant to highlight the achievements of student artists at the college.  The Easton canal trail will soon be home to a large-scale mural, currently planned to be 57 feet wide and 10-18 feet high, highlighting the rich historical impact the canal has had on the Easton community […]

Student Artist Spotlight: How Johnny Gossick brought music to an engineering project

When the engineering department created the senior capstone for Engineering Studies students, where they would design and build a musical playground on the Karl Stirner Arts Trail, Johnny Gossick ’18, a former Anthropology & Sociology and Music double major, suggested the department use chimes as fences for the playground. “What we designed was a musical fence […]