Soul by Southwest 2020 Dr. Claire Colombo, director of the Center for Writing and Creative Expression, announces the release of Soul by Southwest 2020. In this SxSW Live, MDiv junior Stacey Carpenter hopes that one day “all of humanity can be welcomed wherever humanity lives.” In honor of moms everywhere, SxSW Live brings you Booher Library director Alison Poage recalling the miracle of a meeting at Whole Foods (before social distancing, of course). In this SxSW Live, MSF student Jenni Rochelle helps us open up to the challenges — and gifts — of staying home. This SxSW Live brings you librarian Duane Carter from his “creative corner” at home. In this SxSW Live, MDiv senior Thom Rock reflects on the “before” and “after” of Mary’s Magnificat. In this SxSW Live, counselor education professor Gena St. David breaks us open with eleven (or twelve?) simple words. In this SxSW Live, MDiv middler Megan Allen shares some mysteries and blessings of painting as a spiritual practice. In this SxSW Live, MAC student Jill Jagmin reflects on the importance of feeling at home in yourself. In this SxSW Live, MDiv junior Alyssa Stebbing reminds us that the process of making art is the process of learning to see. This SxSW Live brings you MDiv junior Brandon Haynes, who explains how icon-writing helped him process experiences at the Border. In this SxSW Live, spiritual director and adjunct instructor Anne Province offers an homage to the many canine companions she has known. In this SxSW Live, MAR senior Lize Burr reminds us how humble objects can connect us to others during a time of separation. In this SxSW Live, theology professor Tony Baker takes us back to an emergency call he received from the other side of the world. MDiv middler Derek Larson builds linguistic bridges across space and time in this SxSW Live. In this SxSW Live, counselor education professor Awa Jangha reminds us that we’ll all be fine. Really. Our final episode of SxSW Live comes from Dean Cynthia Kittredge. In honor of the graduates we are about to launch, she offers an epic poem about the odyssey of a beloved tent.