Welcome to the Spring 2022 online Tapestry magazine. In keeping with our 2020 model, we’re developing a progressive and ever-expanding digital issue this semester. Check in monthly to keep up with the latest endeavors and cool projects that students, faculty, and alumni are undertaking this semester. Discover the multitude of ways we “Learn Local, Go Global” at the Edwards College, especially as we celebrate our 20th anniversary. There’s plenty of inspirational news to share; we hope you’ll join us.
We are launching our yearlong celebration of the Edwards College 20th anniversary. In addition to special cultural arts events, we’ve created an exclusive issue of Tapestry that presents an extended timeline of Edwards people, places, events, and accomplishments. Below are links to featured stories to give you a taste – or perhaps a reminder – of our history.
Enjoy the Latest Edition of Tapestry Online Here:
January 17, 2022
Some of the finest CCU students make it a habit to accept adventurous educational opportunities, and two of them will be traveling to Taiwan in February 2022 to study Chinese. Read more.
January 31, 2022
By Michael Kane
It’s strange when reality takes us by surprise. Yet when Hailey Cornell, junior music major, recently performed “Sonata, Mvt. I” by Amanda Harberg, it was the first time in her 10-year musical career that she played a piece written by a woman.
Moments like this are the raison d’etre for the Edwards College’s new Center for Inclusive Excellence (CIE). Many students have stories comparable to Cornell’s, and the Edwards College is committed to highlighting inclusion as a vital component of its educational experience. With its tag line of “Learn local, go global: inclusive thought and action, across boundaries,” the CIE is dedicated to exceptional and socially responsible research and teaching. Read more.