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Drawing on the Perception of American Popular Culture

The Be A Lion group by the Lion ShrineAll students register for American Studies 105. Each student selects either PRIDE 1 - Art 020 (GA) Introduction to Drawing OR PRIDE 2 - Psychology 100 (GS) Introductory Psychology.

American Studies 105

In American Studies 105: Popular Culture and Folk Life, you will study the ways Americans talk about what matters to them. We will critically examine popular culture topics that speak to us as individuals, as a community, and as a nation.

  • What roles do media, like television, radio, movies, and the Internet, play in fostering a sense of American identity?
  • What might a monster movie, a baseball game, an election, or a meal have to say about the sort of civilization that exists in the United States?
  • How does the history of our country interact with the marketplace to create an American popular culture?

Monday–Thursday, 8:30 - 10:15 a.m.


Choose Your Pride!

 

Pride 1
Art 020 Introduction to Drawing

In Art 020: Introduction to Drawing, a general survey course for non-majors, you will explore the many traditional materials of drawing, including pencil, charcoal, conte, ink and ink wash, pastel, as well as experimental tools.

Monday–Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Juliet Gundy

Instructor in Art Juliet Gundy

 

Pride 2
Psychology 100 Introductory Psychology

In Psychology 100: Introductory Psychology, you will study the biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, learning, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, social cognition and social influence, personality and individual differences, and mental disorders and therapy.

Monday–Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Erin Kelly

 



To enrich this experience, an holistic approach to college life will be available in the afternoons including workshops on wellness theory and practice in Tai chi and yoga.

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