The time of year has arrived where we wake up at 5 AM to determine our fate next semester. Yes, scheduling has arrived, and if you're like me, the stress has already begun. I've poured over the classes offered making sure I have what I need to graduate on time. Luckily, I have some free time this semester to explore cool electives throughout different departments. So if you have a couple of slots open, here are some suggestions on how to fill them!
"I promise I'm not making any of this up" is Steve Cook's catch phrase. This semester, I've had the honor of finally having Mr. Cook for a class, Drawing III, and I have already heard that sentence uttered dozens of times. That's because Mr. Cook, a professor in the Art Department, is full of wildly interesting and unbelievable stories that fascinate his students. An instructor in printmaking, drawing, aesthetics, and painting here at MC, Mr. Cook has led an adventurous life, impacting many.
If you read this blog about Dr. Pickett, you already know that The Choctawk has decided to honor our professors, past and present, who have made significant contributions to their area of expertise.
In honor of Thursday, we're doing a throwback 102 years back to 1913. In this year, Marie Hull began teaching at Hillman College.