WKU Students Decorate Holiday Trees

Holiday trees at Kentucky Library & MuseumThe Kentucky Library & Museum hosted the first annual WKU Student Organizations Holiday Ornament Competition. Each organization was given a bag of basic ornament making supplies and a tree to decorate. A tree decorating reception was held November 17th with celebrity judge Romanza Johnson and everyone’s favorite Hilltopper, Big Red. Trees will be on display in the Kentucky Room through January 4, 2010.

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7 Responses to WKU Students Decorate Holiday Trees

  1. the right one is exactly the same tree, that i had in the last year in Germany.

  2. This is so heart touching ritual…

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  4. Advance notice… will there be a similar event this year? I would love to be able to attend this time, missed last year.

  5. – There our wonderful, true ideas here. What is hard for students, and indeed some faculty and administrators, to grasp is how complex the world is. A good liberal arts education develops one’s capacities to discern complexity and to respond in a meaningful way. That is why all the professional degrees, whether at the bachelors level or beyond, need at base a solid liberal arts education. Philosophers sometimes call ethics practical wisdom, and I agree. To interpret the world well in all its complexity requires wisdom nurtured through good education. It is this wisdom and this wisdom alone that allows one to act effectively and appropriately–it is practical wisdom. Moral and cognitive development go hand in hand. We all need practical wisdom, which is why everyone in higher education ought to be concerned about the liberal arts whose goal should be to provide that practical wisdom. Thanks, Elizabeth, for the ideas and the example of your life.

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