Tag: Discussion

What’s CineGU?

If you have not heard about CineGU, then this is your opportunity to learn more about this amazing event. Each semester multiple events are...

The CreativesCast Ep. 8 – God and Technology

In this episode of the CreativesCast, the crew discusses the ideas of technology and religion, specifically in Christianity. We dive deep into some ethics...

The CreativesCast Ep. 7 THE LOST EPISODE – Getting Things Done

On this episode of The CreativesCast, we talk about our processes on how we get things done in our already chaotic lives. We also...

The CreativesCast Ep. 6 – #remix

Were back after a week break! In this episode, we discuss the idea of remix media in various industries, including insight into the music...

The CreativesCast Episode 5 – Christian Media

In this weeks episode, we have special guest Ivy Lyons sit in with the normal crew and discuss the topic of Christian Media and...

The CreativesCast Episode 4 – Dream Job

This week, we talk about their dream jobs and what would turn someone off from pursuing their "dream job". We also got into #tangenttime...

The CreativesCast Ep. 3 – Failure

In this weeks episode of the CreativesCast, we discuss failure in our lives and what purpose it serves as a learning mechanism. Kyle talks...

The CreativesCast: Digital Manipulation

In this episode, the crew discusses digital manipulation in many industries. There is also some insight into how it is good to accompany style...

When I Don’t Agree with Your Theology

Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian.  Attending a Christian college means we are going to encounter different people with different faith traditions. Coming from...

Arguing With a Goal

Arguing is one of my favorite things to do. I mean, I’m a philosophy major. I’m getting a degree in continually challenging ideas and questioning understandings of reality. Some of my favorite times in the classroom have been class-wide debates about antirealism and the rationality of the universe in Philosophy of Science, or Achilles vs. Hector in World Lit, or social and ethical implications of The Awakening in American Lit.