Faculty, staff, and STEM majors crocheted together virtually all year, culminating in an on-campus exhibit and a new student organization.
Anna Krolikowski ’20 sees creativity and story as the common denominators of her English and computer science majors.
Sarah Friday ’20 has published original research on art generated by artificial intelligence while double majoring in the seemingly disparate fields of art and computer science.
The regularly occurring 403 lectures hosted by the Mathematics and Computer Science department found new life online during COVID-19.
Five transfer students explain why—and how—they made the switch to Southwestern.
For student–athletes Ben Patterson ’17 and Michael Patterson ’17, the Southwestern Experience included a foray into entrepreneurship.
Guy Greathouse ’20 reflects on his summer internship with Apogee.
Three computer science majors are in the top 16% of among more than 14,000 teams competing.
Antonio Mendez ’20 discusses how research at Southwestern is unique.
The new school advances research and learning in science and mathematics fields within the context of the humanities, social sciences, and fine arts.
A Southwestern alum turned patent attorney serves the community as an advocate of LGBTQ rights and livable cities.
Lauren Gillespie ’19 reflects on what it takes to research, present, and publish successfully as a chemistry and computer science double major.