THE EXPONENT

Unfamiliarity can lead to misconceptions when non-majors take visual art classes

Camden Jennings, Contributing Writer

February 16, 2019

Empty chairs and easels surround a still life in the middle of the room: an art lesson awaiting its students to begin class and turn what is before them into their own.

Renamed, renovated Chamber Hall now an intimate venue with improved acoustics

Emma Lewis, Staff Writer

February 16, 2019

The Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music is adding to its ever-growing list of completed additions and renovations with a facelift to the former Chamber Hall in the Kulas Musical Arts Building.

Prof’s life-changing hiking trip leads to CIG photo display

Ryan Sosic, Managing Editor

February 16, 2019

Climbing to the top of the Iron Cross, Dr. Terry Martin, professor of English at Baldwin Wallace University, felt on top of the world.

Nearly 20 students gain experience at Super Bowl

Emma Lewis, Staff Writer

February 16, 2019

Nearly twenty Baldwin Wallace students, along with faculty, attended one of America’s most-watched sporting events of the year, offering them professional opportunities getting experience on the field at the Super Bowl

Student wins music composition contest

Greg Watson, Managing Editor

February 16, 2019

Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music student Nabil Abad travelled this month to Alabama to attend a performance of one of his compositions chosen as the winner for the 2019 Composition Contest held by the Alabama Orchestra Association.

Merger creates Community Arts School

Julie Simmons, Associate Editor

February 16, 2019

With the new year has come a new opportunity to provide both BW and the surrounding community with quality opportunities to teach and learn about the arts.

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