OPUS SHOWCASES STUDENT
Trinity transformed its campus
into a gallery of arts, entertainment, and scholarship Tuesday, April 25,
for OPUS 2006, the seventh annual exhibition of student research and achievement.
Students displayed artwork,
discussed philosophical viewpoints, and described research findings. The
range of topics included oral interpretations of literature, practical
advice about employment, and controversial social issues that evoked sensitive
Some presentations were offered
individually, but most were given by groups who collaborated on projects.
Business students talked about human resources, labor practices, and government
funding. English students read original works of poetry and short
stories. Science students showed the effects of various diseases.
Everyone enjoyed good food
before the awards ceremony, which recognized winners in a variety of areas
including literature, art, music, and communication arts.