On Wednesday, February 25, students in Associate Professor of Art Dana Hargrove’s classes Painting I & II try their hands at painting the human form, using a live nude model for inspiration.
Follow Constance Perry ’15 as she travels with her classmates to the Highlands to explore Scotland and Ireland for a field study during spring break.
A recent survey revealed that students are generally satisfied with campus life, but a significant concern about harassment spurs programs for change.
Author Kim Addonizio shares memories of her aging mother, the former “first lady of tennis.”
The Management and Executive Education Center is accepting applications from Central Florida professionals until April 1.
A reference for all the book lovers out there.
Sydney Marshall ’15 and Danielle Johnson ’16 are on their way to authoring two books on Winter Park, including one launching this week.
The 1928 Expressionist play about a stifled life in a mechanized society showcases student designers and actors in a drama that looks uncommon but remains relevant today.
A guide of where to eat for the health conscious—and those who want a few guilty nibbles.