Archives for January 2004

Bearing Witness: Recent Paintings by Susan Savage

In a new body of work by Westmont Art Professor Susan Savage, a simple silver bowl provides an interesting yet poignant point of focus. Humble yet elegant, the bowl tells a story that becomes expressively spiritual in its revelations of mystery and truth. “Bearing Witness: Recent Paintings by Susan Savage” will be on exhibit Feb…. [Continue Reading]

10 High Schools to Compete at Westmont Mathematics Contest

Representing the best mathematical minds of their schools, approximately 100 students will compete Feb. 7 at Westmont’s 18th annual High School Mathematics Contest. The keynote speaker for the awards banquet is Paul Zorn, a professor at St. Olaf College and the author of a popular textbook on calculus. The contest is known in the math… [Continue Reading]

Pop Culture with Values

David Batstone, professor of social ethics at the University of San Francisco and a writer on popular culture, and film producer Steven Crisman will speak on “Pop Culture with Values: If You Don’t Like the News, Go Out and Create Your Own” 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 in the Founders Room in the Kerr Student Center…. [Continue Reading]

Westmont Hosts National Conference on Education, Work and Calling

“Vocation, Vocationalism, and the Liberal Arts” is the theme of the fourth annual Conversation on the Liberal Arts, Feb. 6-7, hosted by the Institute for the Liberal Arts at Westmont. While the conference is by invitation only, the public is invited to an evening forum and desert reception 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7 at the El… [Continue Reading]