A group of about 100 students from local elementary schools traveled to Interlochen to view a new art installation created by Comparative Arts students. Titled Ensō, a reference to the Zen circle, the installation was a 15-minute-long collaboration between actors, art, spoken word and symbolism.
Only a handful of individuals have had the sacred honor of performing taps at presidential funerals. Two Interlochen alumni, Sgt. Keith Clark and Sgt. Maj. Woodrow “Woody” English, share this distinct experience.
The Michigan Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers will hold its fall meeting at Interlochen Center for the Arts Oct. 3, featuring seminars, workshops, a jazz performance and a keynote address by Interlochen alumna Dr. Holly Gilbert.