Can an innovative program led by the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy nurture creativity on campus? by Kara Furlong

For freshman William Schreiber, it’s the quiet confines of Central Library, setting aside his studies to think through a potential project.

Fellow freshman Branden Sanders says it’s walking across campus, finding inspiration for a composition.

For junior Maria Hibbard, it’s interpreting a piece of music on her bassoon – or doing the prep work for a research paper she’s about to write.  More

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