She’s probably got brown hair, wears clogs, and knows all the lyrics to Your Dog by Soccer Mommy. Facing the plight of no deli, the newest member to the American Girl family has the tenacity–fueled by the light wash jeans she got from the Wednesday sale–to make it through any obstacle in her (middle) path.
This feature was conceived as a foray into the hearts/minds of Kenyon’s finest artists through the pages of their sketchbooks. This week, we talk with Sandy Stibitz ’14, an American Studies major/Studio Art minor.
Despite the title of this series, you can see a lot of character from the outside of this artist’s sketchbook. She gave me an outside and inside look at two of her sketchbooks, worn and torn from love and use.
I wish I were an American Studies major. Like, I have all these wonderful ideas for comps. Totally valid ideas. Completely legit. Ideas I could only do in the American Studies department. Right?
Welcome to Four-Minute Lectures. All semester, we will be bringing in professors you know and love to deliver Four-Minute micro-lectures for the betterment of our minds. They will encompass a wide variety of topics and departments.
This week, we have Professor Peter Rutkoff, chair of the American Studies department. His lecture, “On Education,” brings up an important, and truly frustrating, issue.
Check out the lecture after the jump.