Students travel to Cuba to learn about the country’s sweeping social changes directly from Cuban artists, filmmakers and writers.
Pierre Dulaine, known internationally for his dancing and his activism, will teach a dance class after a screening of a film about his charitable work.
2016 Potter Lecture features Lonnie Thompson, a major figure in the discovery and documentation of global warming.
Palestinian human-rights advocate and political commentator Bassem Eid will discuss Palestine’s internal conflicts.
From reality-TV feminism to prison culture, American studies seniors turn a scholarly eye on interesting aspects of American culture and identity.
The Italian Club takes on the East Asian studies department in the ultimate culinary showdown.
Faculty members share their talents with a selection of solos, duets and trios for brass.
Associate Professor of Computer Science Grant Braught shows how nature inspires the future of tech.
Spring FaculTea presentations bring a deep well of faculty research to a wide audience, in a comfortable, informal setting.
Artist in Residence Carley Zarzeka ’15 shares her mixed-media works at the Goodyear Gallery.
Documentary 'Shake the Dust' tells the inspirational stories of break-dancers from diverse backgrounds.
Senior art history majors present works rarely seen outside of the most prestigious museums and galleries. Learn more about their exhibition, and view photos from the opening reception.
Biology students run the Elevation Training Mask through its paces to see how, and how well, it works.
Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence Susan Perabo has journeyed from being the NCAA's first female baseball player to becoming a celebrated author.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf will be the 2016 Commencement speaker. Learn more about Wolf and the honorary degree recipients.
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