Conspirare-Considering Matthew Shepard
Clyde Kennard Documentary
The A&L Buzz
Featured Classes Fall 2018
Magic of the Musical Stage
Conspirare-Considering Matthew Shepard
Clyde Kennard Documentary
The A&L Buzz
Featured Classes Fall 2018
Magic of the Musical Stage

Focus on the Arts

Theatre

Tony, the attractive young son of the snobbish Kirby family, falls in love with Alice Sycamore, whose parents are free-thinking and modest. As these eccentric families meet over dinner on an improbable evening, it becomes clear that marriage is out of the question!

 

Music

Conspirare’s Considering Matthew Shepard is a Grammy-nominated three-part oratorio by Craig Hella Johnson. The work, which debuted at number four on Billboard’s Traditional Classical Chart, is an evocative and compassionate musical response to the 1998 kidnap and murder of University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard.

 

Art

Tad Carpenter

March 8 | 5:30 p.m.
Tad Carpenter: Guest Artist in Graphic Design
Lecture in Sciannaa Hall Auditorium
Free and open to the public 
 
Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer, author and teacher from Kansas City, Missouri. Tad is co-owner, along with his wife Jessica, of Carpenter Collective, a nationally recognized design studio specializing in brand identity, illustration and visual storytelling. With his whimsical, fun, and witty style, he has illustrated and designed several children’s books, spot illustrations, and national campaigns for such companies as Macy's, Conan, Sonic Drive-In, Coca Cola, Old Navy, and MTV. 

Research News

Timothy J. Tesh

Assistant Professor of Trumpet Dr. Timothy J. Tesh continues the Southern Miss tradition of excellence with an instructive method book for beginning students, The Daily Routine Songbook for Trumpet, to be published in the summer of 2018 by Mountain Peak Music, and his first solo CD, titled Adaptations for Trumpet. Listen here!

 

The culmination of six years of research and writing with co-authors Casilde Isabelli and María Isabel Martínez-Mira, Dr. Fonder-Solano's intermediate Spanish language textbook proposes to profoundly impact the field of language teaching. Learn more >

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What's It to Me? Self-Interest and Evaluations of Financial Conflicts of Interest

Research Ethics, 2017, pp. 1 - 17.

Dr. Samuel BrutonDepartment of Philosophy & Religion
Donald F. Sacco, Department of Psychology