PULLMAN, Wash. – The question of who really wrote Shakespeare’s masterpieces and how that affects our understanding of creativity will be discussed in a free, public, common reading presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, in Todd 130.
PULLMAN – Student’s in anatomy and speech production lab take a creative approach to learning the muscles. Play-Doh. Crayons. A plain-white t-shirt. These are among the many creative course materials Amy Meredith, assistant professor of speech and hearing sciences, uses in lab. “Now that I get to have a lab, I’ve got to […]