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Students who are enrolled in the Honors Program are able to participate in activities that go far beyond the scope of everyday classroom instruction. The pictures below illustrate some of the activities and trips over the last few years.



HNRS 290 - Music Appreciation Trip to See the Dallas Symphony

Students in Dr. Steele Moegle's class visit the Dallas Symphony



HNRS 280 - Dance Appreciation Class Attends Pippin




HNRS 489 - "Crime, Violence, and Justice in America" Field Trip to Wade Prison

Students in Dr. Stokely's HNRS 489 class as they are about to embark on a trip to Wade Prison.




Field trip to the Air Force Cyber Command Center

Students enrolled in an Honors class on cyber studies traveled to the Cyber Command Center in Bossier, Louisiana at Barksdale AFB.  The Air Force published a story about the visit, which can be viewed here.

cyber command


 Caving in Arkansas



Field Trip to Subiaco Abbey 

Honors students (some can be seen at left) and faculty from the two sections of HNRS 104 visited Subiaco Abbey, located in Subiaco, Arkansas. They met monks and learned about church history and monastic life.



Visiting Quartz Mines in Hot Springs

groupking mountain