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Professors plan for summer classes and undergraduate research

Aiden Lockhart May 18, 2023

Zachary Davis, associate professor of chemistry, has been taking a sabbatical by teaching a half load of courses this year. That doesn’t mean he won’t be busy this summer, though. Davis has been...

Ending affirmative action could bring admissions changes

Aiden Lockhart May 2, 2023

The U.S. Supreme Court is soon expected to overturn affirmative action, or race-conscious college admissions. According to the College Board, the decision will likely come out in June. Affirmative...

How a religion course can broaden students’ minds

Aiden Lockhart March 28, 2023

Jeyoul Choi, visiting assistant professor of religion, recently gave his “Religions of the World” class a fieldwork assignment. Students must attend a religious service different from their own...

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Robert Mayhew, a graduate of Wofford, will be speaking about Baroque art in Leonard Auditorium. Mayhew will  focus on the painting “Allegory of Charity in Flower Garland” in his lecture,  which is in Wofford’s collection.

TONIGHT: “Seeking Seghers” art history lecture

Aiden Lockhart March 14, 2023

Wofford alum Robert Mayhew, assistant professor of foreign languages and fine arts from Wake Technical Community College, will give a lecture in Leonard Auditorium on March 14 at 6 p.m. The talk is...

Photo courtesy of Defense Visual Information Distribution Service 
US Navy sailors recover debris from the balloon off the coast of Myrtle Beach, SC.

Up in the air: Questions remain after the alleged Chinese spy balloon

Aiden Lockhart February 28, 2023

On Jan. 28, a large balloon from China entered U.S. airspace in Alaska before drifting southeast over the country. On Feb. 4, President Biden ordered the balloon to be shot down off the South Carolina...

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