Hungry faces come in numbers as students clasp their change, falling under the spell of homemade salsa and spicy chicken tacos. The line can stretch through the entirety of the walkway from the Viking Union to the bookstore; the aroma of mexican cuisine chasing it from end to end.
Forming beads and weaving them together with twine, junior Calyn McLeod’s hands create vibrant sapphire geometric patterns. Following hours of labor and achy fingers, her creation — crafted entirely out of recycled rubbish — was complete.
Leland Page, ready for his first strip-down session, sized up the room. The all-white ceilings contrasting with the scattered art supplies, the circle of easels surrounding a block and a single stool in the middle. This is when Page realized he would be exposed not only for the entire class, but also for a well-known friend.