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“We just have a deeper understanding of the cyclical nature of things, being able to understand that we can’t separate ourselves from our consumption, and that’s made students a lot more grateful of what we’re trying to do, regardless of your degree plan.”
— Ryn McCall ’20
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Alumni News & Achievements
New York City-based artist Janet Goldner ‘74 featured two shows in NYC this summer: The Sculptors Guild’s “No Vacancy” and “Between the Ground and the Sky.”
After reading “In The Matters of Color: Race and the American Legal Process” by A. Leon Higginbotham ‘49, a group of Purdue alumni started a petition on Change.org to rename Elliot Hall – named for former president Edward C. Elliot who opposed improving the living conditions of Black student housing at Purdue University.
Neelon Crawford ’69, in an interview conducted by Daniel Eagan for Filmmaker Magazine, reflects on his beginnings in film, what inspired him to begin creating experimental cinema, and his thoughts on finding and crafting narrative through experimental film.
Stories Happen in Forests is an internationally recognized and award-winning short documentary produced and directed by Amanda Rodriguez ‘04 in association with Videographer Andrea Desky of Call to Action Creative. Stories is Amanda’s first film, and due to the pandemic, premiered online in 2020. It will have its first in-person premiere on September 26th, 2021 at Dogwood Alliance’s 25th Anniversary event in Asheville, NC.
Spotlight on Excellence
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Real-World Student Work Experiences
The Center of a Movement in the Middle of Nowhere: Ike Wylie ’22 at Camphill Copake in Copake, NYby Ike Wylie on October 10, 2020
In a valley that, if observed from up high, resembles a bowl- there is a village of twelve houses. They hold farmers, bakers, and candlemakers. These houses do not have televisions, pets, or microwaves. They sing and bless their meals. They are from Europe
The Dream of a Future Farmer: Kaylee Rutherford ’23 at the Antioch Farmby Kaylee Rutherford on October 9, 2020
At the Antioch Farm, sustainability is of the utmost importance. Food forests and annual gardens spread across the vast fields towards the south end of the campus, where permaculture practices are explored and utilized to create a beautiful and bountiful environment. The food grown on
Conflict of Interest: Chris Chavers ’21 at the Law Office of Phillip Brighamby Chris Chavers on October 9, 2020
There’s this moment when I walk into the courtroom that surrounds my body with excitement, inspiration, and fulfillment of purpose. It is a feeling that I can’t wipe off my skin because in these seconds I feel alive. I see the bench, I see the