Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018
by Brian Phillips

Late one afternoon in the difficult spring of this year, Gustavo Dudamel stood onstage at the Barbican Center in London, preparing to enter the realm of the higher beauty. His baton was raised; 218 musicians, his chosen companions on the voyage he was about to undertake, looked up at him.

Tuesday, Nov 13, 2018

BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For the past two months, Joanna Teran, a penniless Venezuelan migrant, and her five children have survived in a makeshift tent on a patch of grass behind Bogota’s main bus terminal.

Friday, Nov 9, 2018
by The Lewis Center for the Arts

With the passing of María Irene Fornés on Oct. 30 in New York City at age 88, the world lost an influential 20th-century American theater-maker.

Friday, Nov 9, 2018
by Denise Valenti

Rosina Lozano, associate professor of history, researches Latino history with a focus on Mexican American history, the American West, migration and immigration, and comparative studies in race and ethnicity. 

Wednesday, Oct 24, 2018
by Jordan Salama ’19
Jordan Salama ’19, PLAS Certificate Student - SIMON VILLANUEVA lay a thread of shiny silver wire across the width of his decaying wooden workbench. He cut the strand into six pieces of equal length, and used pincers to twirl them into tiny, tightly-wound bulbs no larger than small beads before carefully wedging each of them into the frame of a six...