We will meet in the Amphitheater on Thursday, September 18, at 9 p.m. to "...show support for Hannah, her loved ones, each other, and this community we call home."
The centerpiece of this website is a set of 25 lectures given by Cantor on Shakespeare and politics.
Enslaved laborers played vital roles in the University’s early decades.
Artist Ricardo Idagi, a multimedia sculptor and musician from Melbourne, will be here from Sept. 15 through Oct. 4.
As the world population continues to grow the global food supply may not meet escalating demand according to a new study led by Environmental Studies Professor Paolo D’Odorico.
In his new book, “Why Football Matters: My Education in the Game,” Mark Edmundson reflects on what the game teaches young men, for better or for worse.
“War and Peace,” Russian Literature Scholar Andrew Kaufman suggests, is at once a mirror of our times, an urgent moral compass and a celebration of the deep joy of living.
A new exhibit, curated by Assoc. Professor of South Asian Art Daniel Ehnborn, offers a unique entry into the world of early modern India through an array of colorful paintings.