Humanities Archive


2015-11.19-21 EU & Steel Magnolias poster

Evangel University Theatre presents “Steel Magnolias”

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Jointly presenting their research at the MIDTESOL conference in Iowa were Catherine Pettijohn of Missouri State University, Rachel Love of Springfield Public Schools, and Jennifer Morrison of Evangel University.

Evangel, MSU & SPS collaborate on TESOL research, present at conference

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The Arts @ EU Scholarship Days blend passion and education into opportunity for students

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The Barnett Fine Arts Center is located just south of the Spence Chapel, facing Glenstone Ave., on the front of Evangel’s campus

Five prominent alumni on panel at Homecoming 2015

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5 Things Every Fine Arts Hopeful Should Know

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Amanda Wachsmuth Heavens, a V.P. for Morgan Stanley in London, feels called to ministry in the financial services industry. She is currently writing a 40-part faith and finance devotional series.

EU “Outstanding Young Alumnus” for 2015: Amanda Wachsmuth Heavens

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Roger Moore, Evangel University’s director of public safety (left), and Officer Tim Davis during last year’s Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) training.

National Campus Safety Awareness Month at Evangel University

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Jacques Richard Sassandra’s woodcut, “Le Christ sur la mer” (2004), was inspired by Jacopo Tintoretto’s painting of “Christ at the Sea of Galilea” (c. 1575-1580), which is on display at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Evangel University to display art inspired by classics in the National Gallery of Art

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Evangel University English professor Dara Brannan shares photos from her recent trip to Korea. PHOTO: Paul K. Logsdon

Evangel professor Dara Brannan travels the world teaching teachers

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The Summer Art Trip to Italy was a highlight for Danielle Huver, Colin Turnbull, Prof. Michael Buesking, Katelyn Hammons, Nathan Bussard, Athena Lester and Zane Burgess. They are shown in Siena, Italy, from the outlook of the cathedral museum. The summer travel course is preceded by a spring semester lecture course.  Students complete the course with the travel lab.

Evangel art students impacted by travel to Italy

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Art major Zane Burgess was inspired last fall to paint this view, looking southeast into the center of Evangel University’s campus. (Paul K. Logsdon)

Alaskan alumnus honored to have art in Evangel president’s office

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A selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower by Charisse Green. To her right (going back) are Chelsea Fletcher, Nicole Kotras, and Aimee Sudek. In the second row behind her are (left to right) Christopher Groh, Natalie Cartwright, Beth Barker, Jeremiah Barker, and Dr. Robert Turnbull. In the last row are Tabitha Plake, Charlotte Turnbull, and Dr. John Plake.

EUROPE: Evangel student starts summer in the City of Love

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Jami McConnell and Ally Walsh enjoyed the opportunity to win $1,000 at UMKC.

Evangel students win $1,000 in Venture Creation Challenge at UMKC

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Colin Turnbull was honored to be named the Outstanding Graduate in Graphic Design.

Department of Humanities — 2015 graduation awards

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2015-05.18 Mills Award, Friesen

Mills Award given to Friesen as outstanding young faculty member

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2015-04.23 Friesen & Klein, art & poetry

Faculty Blog│Student poetry on display at Springfield Art Museum

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2015-04 Collin Turnbull art

Student work showcased in senior art gallery

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The chapel speaker on April 23 will be Dr. Michael Kolstad, a 1988 graduate and long-time supporter of Evangel. He now serves as vice president for university advancement.

EU to launch the first Evangel Day on April 23

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Ten senior art students display at Evangel University

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Lost & Found Grief Center to benefit from art show organized by Evangel senior

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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