Honors Students in the Spotlight for Humanities Research

“Emma Ettinger ’17 is a self-professed “Shakespeare nerd.” Before graduating in May, she produced a seven-woman play, adapted from 10 of the Bard’s histories. “And the Women Cried” evolved into her Capstone Project in the Renée Crown University Honors Program, and enjoyed a weeklong run on campus by the Black Box Players…

“Like her classmate, Kait Hobson is a Linked Lenses alumna and a voracious reader. Thus, she was ecstatic to make author Virginia Woolf the focus of her Honors Capstone Project. Drawing on her twin interests in history and wartime mourning rituals, Hobson used the project to deepen and extend her scholarly range. It also set the stage for her successful application for a Fulbright English teaching assistantship in Thailand…”

Read more about Kait & Emma here!

From “Finding Common Ground” by Rob Enslin, featured in SU News.

 

2 Women in costume for Shakespeare play

Four women smiling