The work of the four seniors are tied by a common theme of confession and shameful or regretful inaction.Read More
After producing Covenant’s first New Play Festival as one of the last Theatre graduates, Nina Brock says that the stage has taught her invaluable lessons in leadership, vision, and illumination.Read More
Caleb Stoltzfus was travelling by train to his tutor’s studio in Philadelphia when images of the Escalon—the saints’ resurrection—slid out of his head and into his sketchbook.Read More
Growing up in Cullman, Alabama, English major Adrienne Siegenthaler understands how true to life the snake-handling, charismatic characters of Flannery O’Connor’s fiction can be. She also sympathizes with O’Connor’s bemused yet appreciative attitude toward churches where the “gospel is the crazy, shocking, and unbelievable.” This theme became the crux of her 10 minute SIP presentation Thursday, March 19th.Read More
Any decent SIP for the history department must contain at least a fair amount of “blood, sweat and tears,” in accordance with Dr. Jay Green’s favorite recipe. As senior History major Peter Hennigan investigates inter-racial conflict during the Harlem Renaissance, he has discovered that this is true in more ways than one.Read More
Senior English major Zach Plating is an aficionado of the graphic novel, and particularly appreciates the medium’s ability to relay difficult themes through both visual and literary art. For his SIP, the English major is analyzing how personal growth and identity are portrayed in “autographies,” or autobiographical graphic novels.