by Liz Casey '14 | Posted on February 7, 2014
Maki Somosot '12 (left), who spearheaded the recent event, says proceeds went to two groups that are assisting provinces in the Philippines affected by last year's typhoon.
Posted on January 31, 2014
Chu, whose four-day winnings total $102,800 through Friday, forced a rare tie on the popular game show. He competes again in three weeks.
Posted on January 30, 2014
The former president of the California Institute of Technology is a co-recipient of the 1975 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, shared with Howard Temin '55.
Influential Scholar, Photographer, Vocalist, and Congressman Among Alumni Named This Year's Honorary Degree Recipients
By Mark Anskis | Posted on January 27, 2014
President Rebecca Chopp will honor scholar and writer Thomas Laqueur '67, documentary photographer and professor Barbara Norfleet '47, vocalist and composer Vaneese Thomas '74 (left), and congressman Chris Van Hollen '83 at commencement in June.
Posted on January 24, 2014
Whitley, co-curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem's exhibition "The Shadows Took Shape," says the influence of Sun Ra is present in the art displayed.
Posted on January 7, 2014
"There is a lot of aspiration in Miami," says Collins, the director of the new Perez Art Museum Miami, "And a recognition that we are building a real repository for the city's shared cultural heritage."
by Zach Epstein | Posted on December 20, 2013
The Court's opinion points to Valelly's article "LGBT Politics and American Political Development," published last year in the Annual Review of Political Science.
Posted on December 16, 2013
Freeman's How to Read a Novelist features profiles of 55 authors, including Toni Morrison and Jonathan Franzen '81.
Posted on December 6, 2013
Sociologist Sarah Willie-LeBreton (left) joined Hartman, a senior reporter for Marketplace, to discuss the economic impact Mandela had on South Africa and the world.
Posted on November 11, 2013
Panelists Dean Baker '81 and Eugene Steuerle discuss the future of our economy in a debate moderated by Michael Meeropol '64.
by Mark Anskis | Posted on November 11, 2013
On Veteran's Day, learn more about Valtin, who fled Nazi Germany, stormed the beach at Normandy, and played in the Olympics.
by Carol Brévart-Demm | Posted on October 30, 2013
A professor's original score explores themes of guilt, shame, and reconciliation.
Posted on October 25, 2013
Decatur loves chemistry so much, he taught Kenyon's freshman class how to use the laws of thermodynamics to make wise choices about their time in school.
by Jenni Lu '16 | Posted on October 21, 2013
Corby found that activism training and education increases democratic participatory skills, in particular among people of color.
Posted on October 19, 2013
Chang-Tai Hsieh '91discusses the controversy surrounding the sources of China's economic growth.