Slideshow: Freshmen navigate the labyrinth (before it snowed)
UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan Gurung’s freshman seminar class, “Gods, Ghosts and Goblins: The Psychology of Belief,” wrapped up the semester by creating a classic labyrinth design on the grass in the quad between Mary Ann Cofrin Hall and the Cofrin Library. “In medieval times, such labyrinths were used to help people get closer to God or at least find peace or a contemplative state,” Gurung says. The freshman seminars are small, academically challenging classes that include extensive writing assignments, an interdisciplinary group project, and co-curricular activities. See photos and more.