On the website of the Jon Hair Studio of Fine Art, the artist who created the piece, the sculpture is said to be a “metaphor for individuals striving to better themselves and their communities,” but I feel that there may be some more exciting reasons behind the placement of the sculpture on campus.
In light of the fall of Ghaddafi’s Libyan regime, one question has been uttered across the world: what comes next for the liberated country? One man has come forward from the revolution to answer the question.
All English majors and minors were invited to attend, as well as anyone interested in becoming a major or a minor.
On Saturday, Bailey stadium was not showered in the usual blue of school spirit; it was covered in a blanket of pink as people in the stands supported the fight for the cure.
Kimball is an expert in the Middle East and discussed issues surrounding Islam, Judaism, and Christianity and their relationship with politics.
The speaker was Greenwood High School football Coach Tony Temple, the youth pastor at Friendship Worship Center in Abbeville, South Carolina. Worship was lead by John Dukes, Worship Pastor at Capstone Church in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
Stories are an inescapably integral aspect of culture as they are so much more than amusement and a way to pass the time, but rather, a common thread that brings us together as a people.