Honors Courses

CTZN 110: Bodies and Citizens

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This artifact is the slide that goes with the annotated syllabus seen on the foundations page.

HONS 495: SpTp: Love, Sex & Friendship

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The artifact I chose for this honors class is one of the five papers we wrote over the course of the semester. Each unit focused on different types of love and a variety of different philosopher’s ideas on how to describe it and the value it has for individuals. This paper, along with the others that I wrote for the class, pushed me to not only comprehend and summarize the ideas of the various philosophers, but forced me to evaluate the roles of these types of love in my own life and reflect on what goods have come from them.

HONS 295: Special Topics – Pittsburgh

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This honors course was all about wandering, researching through place as text, and bridging the gap between seemingly different places. We researched the city, visited and explored it and presented our findings in a poster session. My group focused on gentrification and how this issue presents itself in Pittsburgh in comparison to our own Farmville. This course was very engaging and exciting; one of my favorites in my time here at Longwood.

PHIL 315: Bioethics

This artifact is a reflection on the overall course for the final assignment. This class was interesting and thought provoking because I did not know very much or think about the topics that we had discussed over the semester. It was eye opening to comb through different arguments and consider what people are really saying and what they believe is the ethical way to handle moral dilemmas that are often faced by people in society.