The Profound Professors Series

Profound Professors: Madame Man-Bourdon

Profound Professors: Madame Man-Bourdon

Madame Man-Bourdon teaches her classes with enthusiasm, energy, and humor. I'm currently in my second semester of French, which is part of the Modern Languages department, and I cannot think of a day in her class where I haven't laughed at least once. Loving, kind, and intelligent are only a few words that describe this MC professor.

Profound Professors: Christopher Smith

Profound Professors: Christopher Smith

Mr. Christopher Smith is an instructor who teaches Financial and Economic classes, but what he teaches about life goes far beyond the world of business.

Profound Professors: Dr. John Meadors

Profound Professors: Dr. John Meadors

For Dr. Meadors, engaging in "the great conversation" of philosophy is key to living a fulfilling life. "Students should study philosophy because the world is a many-splendored thing, a beautiful gift from God in its dizzying variety and scope.  A careful study of philosophy renders the world more richly hued and more sharply focused," he explains. 

Profound Professor: Dr. Kristi Melancon

Profound Professor: Dr. Kristi Melancon

Through her teaching, Dr. Melancon combines two of her greatest loves: English and social justice. She says English matters because language matters, and language is tied up in power, which is a major component of social justice. 

The Best Blogs of 2015

The Best Blogs of 2015

The New Year is here, and the Choctawk is looking back and reflecting on our favorite blogs of 2016.  Here are our top ten blogs. Whether you are reading a blog for the first time or rereading, we know you will enjoy these blogs as much as we did.