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Relationships served up at World Views dinner: Flanked by Ginger Wickline (left) and Zeb Simpson, college senior Maya Brown makes a point during “Contemporary Companionship: Varieties of Relationships Around the World,” the latest installment of the World Views Dinner and Discussion series, Feb. 10 at the Clairmont Campus. Sponsored by the International Student and Scholar Program, World Views strives to create intimate, informal discussion among people from different cultures. “Contemporary Companionship” skewed American, but that didn’t diminish the entertaining stories about dating and relationships that filled the evening’s Valentine-themed conversation. Photo by Jon Rou.


Scholarship & Research: What are you looking at? Paranoia, what else? Some subject matter of Michael Hill’s “Conspiracy, Paranoia and Global Culture” class stems from his research into New Age mysticism. However, it’s much more than that. “In the first couple of classes, a lot of [the students] were putting their cards on the table in terms of their political perspectives on the Iraq war and 9/11, that sort of thing,” Hill says. Photo by Kay Hinton.




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