A class in perspective


Madeline Weiss

Harvey Hix stands at the front of the class explaining concepts related to the list of student's places on the board.

In the art room at Encampment K-12, junior and senior high students were instructed to come up with a place that mattered to them, then another, and then to find the line between them.

The lines, called ley lines, are related to the most recent project of Harvey Hix, professor of poetry and philosophy at University of Wyoming (UW). Hix visited Encampment on Monday to instruct students before heading up the line to Saratoga to give a similar presentation at the Platte Valley Community Center.

The students provided places that ranged from their dad's car, a basketball court and an imaginary...

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