Making a movie, even a five-minute one, isn't about just pointing a camera and shooting. It takes technique, battling Mother Nature, and finding the right people to put it all together and fund it.
"So many things can go wrong, but so many things go right, too," said Brenton Adcock, 16, of Fishers.
This spring, a group of Anderson University students traveled internationally to attend the North American Model United Nations Conference (NAMUN), held at the University of Toronto. AU’s Model UN team was among hundreds of other students working together as delegates to address both current and future international issues.
"One, two, three. One, two, three."
More than 80 educators from 14 different states decided to get out of their comfort zone at Anderson University this week to learn a popular teaching method to pass on to their students: Orff Schulwerk.
While many college students are enjoying their time off and taking a break from classes this summer, many others are still working their tails off undergoing internships to prepare themselves for future employment.
Anderson University student Mackenzie Scholte is interning at the Sagamore Institute, a political think tank in Indianapolis, where she’s one of six research interns, each working on their own projects.