The material presented in Al-Kitaab frames the way new language learners think about and communicate in Arabic, but the book also receives funds from a federal agency that funnels students into the government’s agenda.
Daleelah Saleh ’23 is an Opinions Editor.
She intends to pursue an International Global Studies major with a Global Gender Studies track.
Her coverage at The Campus has included contributions to arts and opinion. In addition to working at The Campus, she is a peer writing tutor at the CTLR and has been involved with WRMC, Verbal Onslaught, and Oratory Now.
Screen Shot 2023-03-15 at 7.38.54 PM.pngBy Todd Balfour | March 15, 2023
Last Fall, students in History Professor Elsa Mendoza’s Public Humanities Labs course titled “Baseball, Society and U.S. History” (FYSE 1001) reenacted the First World Series (1903) at Virtue Field House. The lab was one of many that Prof. Mendoza developed for the class.
SC3.pngBy Courtesy Photo | March 1, 2023
Screen Shot 2022-10-26 at 8.09.03 PM.pngBy Tom Nevins | October 26, 2022