The Puzzle of Hope: Cultivating a Sense, Experience, and Reality of Hope
Emillie Anna Boyd, Josie K. Forsthoff, Abby Danae Hentz, Avery Lyn Lewis, Emma K. Merryman, Kevin O'Gorman, Jillian K. Tore
As the junior cohort of Chaminade Scholars completes its capstone course, Vocation and the Arts, one of the main goals is to portray the meaning of “Fraternity and Social Friendships” and awaken a sense of interconnectivity for wholeness and holiness in the world. The idea of “hope” has been extremely prevalent in today’s world and conversation. This project aims to show the interrelation of an individual’s interpretation of hope, faith, and social fraternity with others and themselves. Involving personal reflection from members within the UD community as well as from the junior Chaminade Scholars cohort, the puzzle of hope is a visual display of this deep and intentional reflection of how faith can shape art and vice versa. It is ultimately a culmination and celebration of the hope, faith, and community we are cultivating here at UD and beyond.
John P. McCombe, Sister Angela Ann Zukowski, M.H.S.H.
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium project, Additional Areas
"The Puzzle of Hope: Cultivating a Sense, Experience, and Reality of Hope" (2022). Stander Symposium Projects. 2389.