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All University Campuses Closed Except to Essential Personnel

As universities across the nation shift to online instruction for the rest of the academic year and summer semester to curb the spread of COVID-19, students and professors have had to adjust to a sudden shift in learning style. For arts and science courses, which are better suited to face-to-face instruction, switching to online has […]

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Ana Zanic
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Art Gallery Hosts Croatian Artist Ana Zanic

The quote “A picture is worth a thousand words” by Fred R. Barnard” has become a well-known phrase over the last few decades. This quote also speaks true for art. Art can be a record of the emotional reactions of a viewer, or according to Ana Zanic, a Croatian artist who expresses memories of both […]

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Global Transcribe-a-thon
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Lewis Participates in Global Transcribe-a-thon

On Valentine’s day, the First-Year Writing Program and the Writing Center hosted “Douglass Day 2020: Transcribe-A-Thon” in the D’Arcy Great Room. Because it was an event to honor and preserve black history, it was co-sponsored by WAC, the Office of Multicultural Student Services, the sociology department and the African studies department. A transcribe-a-thon is an […]

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Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
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PLT Presents Imaginative Take On Curious Incident

“Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” made its debut at the Philip Lynch Theatre (PLT) for the weekend of Feb 14-16 and again the following weekend for a total of nine riveting performances.  “Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” is a Tony award-winning play based on the book with a similar […]

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Blackboard Update Opens Debates Over Usefulness

The latest update to Blackboard has incurred technical issues for numerous users. In early January, students opened Blackboard to a whole new layout that has raised questions over the functionality and design of the update. An email was sent from the Office of Technology on Dec. 18, 2019, regarding the update. The email stated, “that […]

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Emanuel
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‘Emanuel’ Viewing: A Solemn Reminder of a Horrible Situation

On Feb. 11, the Office of Multicultural Student Services (OMSS) hosted a movie screening on the documentary “Emanuel,” in honor of Black History month in the D’Arcy Great room from 2 to 4 p.m. The recently updated film was released by Fathom Events for only two days during the fourth anniversary of the disaster. The […]

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