Bill Schindler, chair of the Department of Anthropology, is featured in this “On Point” interview on National Public Radio. He and students Eden Kloetzli ’17 and Mike Whisenant ’16 talk about Schindler’s primitive technology class and the value of learning how our ancestors hunted, made tools, and prepared their food.
Throw out all of your stereotypes about people who work with lumber. In her Senior Capstone Experience, Eden Kloetzli ’17, is diving into the world of salvage lumber with business savvy and an authentic appreciation for the historic Eastern Shore.
Political science professor Melissa Deckman and her new book Tea Party Women are referenced in this column by Amanda Marcotte about why Republican women continue to support presidential candidate Donald Trump.