Inspirations

This past spring, students taking Digital Storytelling, a course taught by Natalie Stillman-Webb, Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies, worked with Alison Elbrader, Special Collections Reference Librarian. One student, Mickenzie Burns, produced this video, inspired by her visit.[vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9qpDawgm1E']Thank you, Mickenzie!View the original article on...

“The nucleus of the Joy cell is buoyant and it can transfer invisibly into other cells without realization by the host. This is a most desirous outcome…The presence of other positive cells (Trust, Love, Curiosity, and Work) can greatly influence the production and hardiness of...