The story of Porgy and Bess is as tragic as it is powerful. And for this alumna, the lessons from a summer spent on the set of the opera went far beyo..
It’s easy to assume poverty is just an economic issue, and that fixing it is as simple as getting a job. The solution to financial instability, howe..
In today’s tech-driven world, the humanities may seem like the marginalized cousin to the increasingly popular STEM subjects. But Classics professor..
As an entering freshman, the way it was put to me three years ago was that only about 20 percent of your time is spent in class – the rest of the ti..
New student orientation sessions begin next week for the 2016-2017 academic year. Learn how to make the most of each session...
Students sticking around campus for the summer can choose from more than 500 courses. Among those of note: "Coastal Kayaking," "Other People's Money,"..
Professor Douglas M. Walker offered a different perspective on the multi-faceted nature of gambling - both legal and illegal - in a recent WalletHub a..
The Addlestone Library's Special Collections has acquired a handwritten letter by John James Audubon which offers new insight into how an original vol..
Patricia Cooney is the 2016 recipient of the Bishop Robert Smith Award, which recognizes College students who have excelled both inside and outside th..
IT expert and alum David Zendzian '96 will be a featured speaker at the first-ever Syntax Code & Craft Convention at the North Campus on May 6-7...