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Faculty lectures on the perceptions of animals in history

Kristen Lodge, english associate professor, gives a lecture at Prothro-Yeager 200 on western perspective of animals throughout history on Monday, April 2, 2018. Photo by Francisco Martinez

Brian Lang, Reporter

April 3, 2018

More than 70 students gathered in Prothro-Yeager on Monday, April 2 to hear Kirsten Lodge’s, faculty research coordinator, lecture about “The Western Perception of Animals.” The lecture given was a condensed version of a class taught by Lodge titled, “Animals in Art and Literature.” Duri...

New animal rights group emerges on campus

New animal rights group emerges on campus

Zarya Maiato

September 20, 2017

Cassandra Gomez, radiology sophomore, is trying to push for something new on campus—an animal rights group. Gomez, like many other people, loves animals and wants to help prevent and reduce animal cruelty. People for Animal Welfare is an animal rights group on campus. Students on campus have heard...

Make a difference for community rescue animals

The Wichitan

February 22, 2017

Getting involved with animal rescue is very rewarding, especially for those who used to have or still have a special pet in their life. Saving animals' lives and helping them find their forever homes brings joy to everyone who's had a pet. Students might wonder how much they can do with a busy acad...

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