Category: 125 Seconds

  • 125 Seconds with Jerry Sittser

    by Whitworth University - March 19, 2015

    Professor of Theology Jerry Sittser considers how belief, belonging and behavior can continue to build a bridge to Christianity and the church.

  • 125 seconds with Brent Edstrom

    by Whitworth University - March 3, 2015

    One melody, infinite ways to play it. Professor of Music Brent Edstrom demonstrates how music theory opens a world of possibilities in performing jazz music.

  • 125 seconds with Dale Soden

    by Whitworth University - February 19, 2015

    There would be no Whitworth University without George F. Whitworth. Professor of History Dale Soden describes the man who started it all.

  • 125 seconds with Leonard Oakland

    by Whitworth University - February 2, 2015

    From Dostoevsky to Tolstoy, Professor of English Leonard Oakland considers his evolving relationship with Russian literature.

  • 125 seconds with Meredith Shimizu

    by Whitworth University - January 22, 2015

    What do we see when we look at art? Assistant Professor of Art Meredith Shimizu uses a Mark Rothko painting to explain how art can be more than an aesthetic experience.

  • 125 Seconds with Raja Tanas

    by Whitworth University - January 12, 2015

    The terms “Muslim,” “Middle Easterner” and “Arab” are often used interchangeably, to the detriment of our understanding of the complex global issues involving them. Professor of Sociology Raja Tanas explains the countries and groups that are encompassed in each.

  • 125 Seconds with Erica Salkin

    by Whitworth University - December 18, 2014

    Assistant Professor of Communication Studies Erica Salkin discusses the role of the “hero’s journey” as a way for journalists to connect information with meaning.

  • 125 seconds with Pete Tucker

    by Whitworth University - December 8, 2014

    Professor of Mathematics & Computer Science Pete Tucker welcomes us into the “Cool Kids Club” with his explanation of “A Trip to Pluto.”

  • 125 Seconds with Richard Strauch

    by Whitworth University - November 24, 2014

    Listen along as Professor of Music Richard Strauch discusses the power of memory in music, as illustrated in “Lisbon,” the first movement of Percy Grainger’s “Lincolnshire Posy.” Music performed by the Whitworth Wind Symphony.

  • 125 Seconds with Adam Neder

    by Whitworth University - November 10, 2014

    We say we want to be stronger, but what do we really mean? Professor of Theology Adam Neder reflects on what it means to rely on God’s strength.

  • 125 Seconds with Kathy Lee

    by Whitworth University - October 30, 2014

    Professor of Political Science Kathy Lee discusses the moral and ethical views we inherit from family and how they affect our views of the role of government.