Anthropology Society (SAS)
SAS meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of
every block, at 9pm in the Sacred Grounds Coffee House in
nights, which are put on by SAS, happen the 2nd Tuesday of
every block, at 9:00 pm at Sacred Grounds. Movies vary from
documentaries to Indiana Jones. For more information about
SAS or movie nights, contact
SAS President Megan
Mountain Undergraduate Review
fall of 2007, the Rocky Mountain Undergraduate Review provides
a venue for students from the Rocky Mountain region to publish
outstanding written thought in the areas of the social sciences.
These core disciplines are economics, sociology, anthropology,
political science, and history. Anthropology graduate Natalie
Fast was one of the students selected for the inaugural issue.
Read her thesis here!
The 2005 Field Archaeology Class
now has a website! Pictures, Student journal entries, maps,
and data can all be found here.
Atlatl Club occurs when there is energy around the idea -
contact your paraprof.
stop by the department and say hello. We also search to bring
in a number of alumni each year to participate in an Anthropology
Career Panel. The newsletter runs alumni updates (send
yours here!), and you can get the newsletter
in Adobe format here.
and the Chacoan Regional System
Rochell, '07, has completed his senior project in anthropology
with the design of a web site. We invite all of you to visit
the site (and leave your comments!)