Mercy Romero, from our Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, shares her experience with COVID-19 and how it relates to her current research about poet Julia de Burgos.
Reilly Milton shares her Zoom presentation from the competition.
A&H Students Pivot to Remote Internships with Great Success
Dr. Greg Sarris, Graton Rancheria Endowed Chair in Creative Writing and Native American Studies is elected to to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences!
Clea Felien shares her experience as a painting professor in Art Studio and how her students are adapting.
Communications & Media Studies professor Gina Baleria shares her perspective about the media response to COVID-19 and also interviews colleauges about theirs.
Spencer Causey, 4th year Music Performance Major, performs and produces an amazing rendition of Ludwig van Beethoven's Egmont Overture.
Megan Burke, PhD, reflects on the moral implications and our perception of time during the time of COVID-19 and how it relates to their area of research.