Students enjoy a wonderful Dueling Pianos performance. They sing, dance, laugh, and have fun!
EXPLO veteran Ethan is eager to learn more of the very valuable soft-skills he acquires here at EXPLO. He hopes to use these skills in his future endeavors, which may include Filmmaking and Business.
The first community meeting convenes in the Shubert Theatre. Students are introduced to different program departments, student ambassadors, and other aspects of student life.
Students in Human Rights in Conflict Zones critique the phrasing and concepts behind various passages of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.
Students in Apocalypse Management discuss components of the key elements needed for survival after an apocalypse.
Kit Yarrow, award-winning consumer psychologist and Professor Emerita at Golden Gate University, speaks to our Neuroscience + Psychology students about consumer psychology and the various pathways they can take to be successful in the field of Consumerism.
Colby has been attending EXPLO for the past eight summers, and in that time she has explored everything from interior design to criminal psychology. This year, she's giving Sports Management a try as she continues to suss out her strengths and interests.
Bill Littlefield, host of "Only a Game" on National Public Radio, discusses how he got into the field, shares passages from some of his favorite journalists, and discusses the ethics involved in journalism.
In Startup Entrepreneurship, students discuss how being an extrovert or introvert effects how they socialize. To help put the discussion into the context of startup entrepreneurship, students form a human scale to see how weighted their opinions are.
Students in Creative Writing brainstorm prompts to be used to kickstart writing sessions, mapping out elements and details that the prompts might inspire. Then they put their prompts to the test for a short writing exercise, which students share or group critique.