Student Juried Art Exhibit to Run Through May 11
 Clay Shoe
This example of a trompe l'oeil by Limestone student Holli Schwarts is made to look like a leather shoe but is actually made of clay.

A host of mediums are on display in AJ Eastwood Library during Limestone College's Juried Student Art Exhibit.

Included in the exhibit are a charcoal still life drawing and a ceramic trompe l'oeil, which is a technique involving realistic imagery in order to create an optic illusion. The trompe l'oeil in the exhibit is a clay shoe made to look like leather.

Grant from Duke Energy Foundation funds new equipment for lab
 Duke Energy Lab

By Lynne Shackleford of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal

A $50,000 Duke Energy Foundation grant has transformed Room 235 of Limestone College's Hamrick Hall of Science into a modern crime scene investigation laboratory.

Limestone Senior Presents Research Findings About Eating Behavior
 James Dorr Web
James Dorr '13

By Charles Shearer '13

During the February 13th South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) Research Symposium, Limestone College student James Dorr presented his findings about how different groups change their eating behavior based upon certain visual stimuli.

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