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The TOWER Lifestyles 7 Bethany Science Becomes Art: A Galapagos Islands Experience By ANNIE WILSON tion. The group partially retraced able to learn from one another and Homecoming TOWER Co-editor-in-chief Darwin’s route and was able to ob- serve the strange mixture of plants experience not only an incredible week, but also create a memory The reasoning behind a liberal Events arts education is that students are supposed to make connections and animals that comprise the di- verse environment of the Galapa- that will always be captured by the photographs they took. Morgan ex-Monday, Oct. 3, 2011 between their classes. What they gos Islands. plained, “The Galapagos Island’sDuck Hunt begins @ around aca- study in early American history Biology students who went on journey provided an outstandingdemic buildings and Bethany can be textually applied to Ameri- the trip were Sara Drews ’11, Emi- opportunity for a group of budding can literature: at Bethany College, ly Roth ’11, Stephanie Jacobs, Josh biologists to think about preservingWindow Painting @ Benedum Kenn Morgan, professor of fine Wentz, Dan Zinn and Reinhard the memories of what they experi-Commons arts, and John Burns, professor of Jasper of Paderborn, Germany. All ence in pictures.”5:00 – 6:30pm biology, were able to make paral- of the students captured beauti- The students were so moved bySupplies will be provided lels between art and biology to cre- ful images of their surroundings, the beauty of the trip, they are sell- ate “Science Becomes Art: A Gala- ranging from iguanas to sea lions ing the framed photographs andMeet and Greet @ Benedum pagos Islands Experience.” and the ocean swell crashing onto donating 10 percent of the proceedsCommons Last spring break, Morgan ac- rocks. Their pictures, along with to The Galapagos Conservancy.6:30 – 7:15 companied Burns’ biology students Morgan and Burns’, are all on ex- The exhibit will be open SeptemberCome meet with your 2011 on a boat trip to the Galapagos Is- hibit. The show also includes video, 26th through October 16th with anHomecoming Court! lands to study the same ecosystem paintings, drawings and memora- Artists’ reception October 7th and that helped to formulate Charles bilia installations. 8th from 8 to 10 p.m. in the RennerTuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 Darwin’s theory of natural selec- The artist and the scientists were Art Gallery.Photo Scavenger Hunt @ Betha-ny Park5 – 6pmWednesday, Oct. 5, 2011Silent Library @ T.W. PhillipsMemorial Library5:00pmThursday, Oct. 6, 2010Lip Sync @ Benedum Commons7:15pmFriday, Oct. 7, 2011Duck Hunt end at 12:00pmBicycle Race @ Coal Bowl5:00pmSaturday, Oct. 8, 2010Allison’s Run @ CunninghamSoccer Complex8:30amHomecoming Parade11:00amFootball vs. Westminster College@ Bison Stadium2:00pmHalftime – Crowning of 2011Homecoming King and QueenAwards Dinner @ Benedum Com-mons The students captured images of their surroundings, ranging from iguanas to sea lions and the ocean swell crashing onto rocks. (Photo by Kenn Morgan)7:00pm