Archive for June, 2022

“To Fight for Justice in the Face of Seemingly Unmovable Mountains:” Emily Seppelt (’22) Reflects on a Book of Enduring Wisdom

In our third post, our recent graduate Emily Seppelt reflects on a book she read for class that spoke to her passion for activism and public policy.  One highlight of my experience in a religion class this semester was a book we read in Liberation Struggles titled Can I Get a Witness? The book was filled with biographies […]

“Subtle Nuances and Connections:” Religion Major Jaret Glander Reflects on His Courses this Past Year

In our next post, current major Jaret Glander discusses the classes that have effected him the most this past year.  My favorite religion class was Individuals and Morality with Dr. Kessler, where we read the book of Genesis over the semester and analyzed its literary qualities through class discussions. It was cool seeing all of the […]