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Dogs Are Man’s Best Friend, but Cats Are a Pirate’s First Mate
Meet Southwestern University’s Cat Partners club and its furry, feline family.
Scholarly Perspectives on COVID-19, Part 8: Apocalypse or Dystopia?
Professor and Elizabeth Root Paden Chair in Religion and Environmental Studies Laura Hobgood shares how COVID-19 has shaped the conversation in her Apocalypse seminar.
On the Plains of Africa
Sarah Barton ’20 spent a semester studying wildlife management at the School for Field Studies in Tanzania.
The Human Impact on Earth
Interdisciplinary scholars and artists explore the Anthropocene at Southwestern’s Brown Symposium XXXIX.
Southwestern Undergraduates Present and Publish Their Groundbreaking Research
Devon Lucero ’19 and Chantal Gonzalez ’19 engage with experts at an international neuroscience conference and coauthor publications in animal behavior.
Professor of Religion Dr. Laura Hobgood’s Book “A Dog’s History of the World” Featured in Psychology Today
Dr. Hobgood was recently interviewed in an article on her 2014 book A Dog’s History of the World: Canines and the Domestication of Humans.