College of Liberal Arts News
What happens when you combine thousands of pieces of clay shaped like a small, sweet and chewy gelatin-based candy? One of Jessica Smith’s unique ceramic sculptures of course.
The hints inside Dr. Richard Schellhammer’s crowded campus office aren’t subtle. They reveal personal secrets: who he is, what he adores, how he fills his days. History books bloat his bookshelves. Framed trinkets of his academic expertise -- pre-World War I Germany -- hang near the desk.
Though only a freshman, Caroline McKinley’s adoration of the arts is already blossoming at the University of West Alabama. Last fall, she worked behind the scenes with the UWA Theatre and performed as a member of the marching band’s color guard.