We sat down with President & Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Brian Shepard, to discuss recent changes on campus and what may be in the future for Cogswell College.Read More
You love Shrek. I love Shrek. It’s not surprising that years and years later, the movie continues to find a way into our lives. It’s an iconic, classic piece of 2000s pop culture that has spawned viral memes and references still popular today. Shrek has changed many lives, and for an aspiring thespian in Indiana, it did more than that.Read More
In Vol. 4, we published “Failure is Critical” as part of a series of interviews with Cogswell’s beloved teacher and artist, Reid Winfrey. In this highlight, he talks about how he started as a painter and his admiration of fellow teacher Emilio Villalba.Read More
Beloved teacher and artist Reid Winfrey will be retiring at the end of the term. To commemorate and honor his time at Cogswell, The Cogswell Chronicle will run an interview series with him. This is the first installment.
“I think when you're young, you want to feel like you're on top of it and when you see your peers that seem like they're on top of it, I promise you they're just as anxious as you are. I promise you there is some place where they don't feel on top of it at all. So it’s just important for everyone to understand that's the human condition.”Read More
Cogswell’s vibrant community is an incubator for talented artists, engineers, and leaders across various concentrations. Each has a story to tell and a fresh career ahead. One student’s story, in particular, earned the attention of Cartoon Network. We spoke with alumna and valedictorian Britney Thoreson about her journey—and her budding career as an Apprentice Background Designer.Read More