The cultural and political forces of the late 1960s that helped reshape the College into the institution it is today are the subject of an academic article.
On stage and screen, these three alumnae take on roles that challenge stereotypes based on gender and race. The theater experience, they say, provides a way for all of us to recognize our human connections.
Fresh perspectives and new scholarship enliven learning By Pamela Wilson What does reading Beowulf reveal about race? How can the literature of the Middle Ages teach us about the modern era? Associate Professor Diane Cady and her students have been posing these questions—and others—in Survey of British Literature I, a course she recently redesigned as