Friday, May 18, 2012

Blurring the lines: an essay on art and science

I once worked on the BYU Honors Program magazine, Insight. This last semester, I wrote for it instead of editing. Here's my reflection essay from the most recent issue. Use the reader below to open it. Use the slider to zoom in and drag the image around to read it.


  1. Such a lovely, lovely post, Katie! Thank you for putting into words that division between the arts and sciences, especially on campus, and why it doesn't have to be there. I really appreciate it.

  2. I'm glad you liked! After all that chemistry, it's probably a division you understand well too.

  3. Katie, this is a great essay (although I've come to expect that with just about anything you write--that's not an exaggeration). I feel like it is something that every student (and faculty member for that matter) at BYU should read and re-read. Would you mind if I asked peer mentors to read it?

    1. Sure! I would love that! I can email you a pdf version if you'd like.


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