Arts & Culture
DLINQ has encouraged faculty to use a variety of online tools, including the now-ubiquitous conferencing platform Zoom for live video calls and Panopto for posted lectures.
Emily Bernard's on-campus visit last week shared stories from her book, largely about the power of friendship in fighting systemic racism.
Last weekend, Rohina Malik performed her one-woman play which portrays her experience as a Muslim woman, providing social commentary and stories inspired by true events.
“100 Times” is a compilation of autobiographical vignettes in which the author tells of the many times she has been sexually harassed, assaulted and/or discriminated against from the time of her childhood and up until her mid-thirties. The author is a white, queer woman who is based in Brooklyn ...
Last Friday, the cellist-pianist couple came to campus to deliver the tenth performance of the Performing Arts Series' 100th season, featuring a piece by contemporary composer Pierre Jalbert commissioned especially for the event.
Curated by Professor Sarah Laursen, the new exhibit at the Museum of Art showcases forgotten Chinese gold artifacts.
The new Center for the Humanities, located in Axinn Center, hopes to create greater visibility and community for humanists on campus.
Sisters Mulowayi and Mapenzi Nonó brought performance and discussion to campus last Wednesday. Sharing photographs, food and dance with a crowd, they shared about the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in their home of Puerto Rico.