Art and Science

Reviewed by Eric Wendt (’99)

My interest in customizable children’s stories began as a kid at the kitchen table reading those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books. They were tales told in the second person for kids of a certain

by Jana Holzmeier, associate professor of music

“Why do you sing?” This is a defining question for any artist—why do you do what you do? For Icy Simpson (‘07), the answer is clear. “To glorify God. Singing is a way of ministering to people, of

by Marilyn Petro, assistant professor of psychology

Some suggest that a daily glass or two of wine can be healthy for aging adults. Are the health effects real? And do they outweigh the harm of moderate drinking?