With forecast heavy rains for Saturday and the potential for both river and flash flooding, students are asked to avoid parking in low-lying areas of parking lots C, D, E (along the tree line), F (eastern most entrance by the pond), and N-Annex. Cars should now be on higher ground within these lots or in Lot F (by Konover Campus Center). Vehicles should be returned to their assigned parking lots by 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 21.
The following honors students presented at the CTW Undergraduate Symposium on the Arts, Humanities, and Cultural Studies. With students also coming from Connecticut College, Trinity, and Wesleyan (CTW), this conference was held on Sat, Nov. 10, 2018 in Trinity. The UofH students were organized by the Honors Director, Dr. Donald Jones, and they also were mentored by their project advisors (as listed for each student below):
Zack Holcomb, The Effect of the Meta-Movie: Imitating Life through Film, A&S Cinema (academic mentor: Professor Lauren Cook, Cinema)
Marissa Jayawickrema, The Importance of Map-Making: Borders near the Great Lakes in 1755-1764, A&S Modern Languages (academic mentor: Dr. Nicolas Ealy, Modern Languages)
Dima Karakitukova The Demise of The United States Empire, A&S Politics and History (academic mentor: Dr. Michael Clancy, Politics)
Michelle Mor, Fact and Fiction: Truth Through Literature, A&S English (academic mentor: Dr. Nicolas Ealy, Modern Languages)
Ying Ye, Exploring a Bi-Cultural Identity Through Art, HAS Painting (academic mentor: Professor Power Boothe, HAS)
Taylor Zitkus, The Promotion of Cross-Cultural Understanding through Virtual Exchange, A&S Politics (academic mentor: Dr. Katharine Owens, Politics)