Glenda Johnson Byars '75, who was in fashion long before she came back to teach theatre at her alma mater, talks fashion, women's history and Charlest..
Since 2010, religious studies professor Todd LeVasseur ’97 has been helping students better understand their place within nature. ..
Education Professor Kendall Deas is inspiring future African American educators to lead the way for the next generation...
In a world that’s increasingly, and perhaps now eternally, interconnected, professors Rich Bodek (left) and Joe Kelly (right) have convinced their s..
In today’s tech-driven world, the humanities may seem like the marginalized cousin to the increasingly popular STEM subjects. But Classics professor..
Everybody knows the College is a magical place – but, for the students taking a Harry Potter course, it’s even easier to get wrapped up in the fan..
America is founded on myths. Many of our dreams and legends are the stuff of great ambition, of great hope and of great heroes. However, they don’t ..
Since 2010, anthropology professor and associate department chair Hector Qirko has been captivating his students on a wide range of topics, from pop c..
She has taught and inspired countless students, performed in more than 20 countries, recorded an album inspired by her late father and recently penned..
Between the economy, global conflicts, technological advances, scientific discovery, the creative arts, cultural shifts, new vocabularies, a developin..