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  1. nachshonalon Says:

    This 2 culture debate is very new to me. I have heard nothing of it before DESMA 9. At first I thought that this class would teach me how to expand my science skills by incorporating art ones and how to think more creatively when looking into the processes of life. But as the debate goes on, I begin to realize that art and science are already much incorporated in the modern day. For example, science supports art in the chemical production of paints, technology supports art in the fascinating new era of computer art, and art supports science because the future and past of science have relied on creative thinking and the arts are what expand the scientist’s mind to think more creatively.

    One may argue that there is a gap between Science, Art, and Technology which is evident in the divide between the north and south campus. It is true that science majors stay south and art majors stay north, but those that argue that there is a mental, social, and/or education divide have failed to see that this divide is self-imposed. I am a chemical engineer major but I have chosen to take art classes. My roommate is working his way towards film school and he is taking a pre-med class on medicine and AIDS. The fact that most my classes are science based is for the convenience of meeting the requirements to get a job after college. But simply living on such a widely diverse and eclectic campus has provided me with many ways to expand my mind toward the arts. The clubs on campus are infinite; there are shows, conventions, meetings, and parties where I can gain insight into the diversity of this world.

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