Three generations of volunteerism made the Friends of the Sojourner Truth Library’s book sale a family affair

The Friends of the Sojourner Truth Library held their first full-scale book sale in more than two years during the fall 2022 semester, and it was an incredible success, with […]

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Without Limits roundtable convenes to discuss history of gender oppressions, and ways to create change

  At a moment in time when feminist activism is coinciding with racial and LGBTQ+ movements, a College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Without Limits panel on Nov. 10 explored […]

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Metal Program Director Myra Mimlitsch-Gray delivers lecture at Yale Art Gallery symposium

  Art Professor and Metal Program Director Myra Mimlitsch-Gray was invited to present at a Yale University Art Gallery fall symposium, “Of Substance: Crafting Narrative in Contemporary American Jewelry and […]

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Nov. 19 & 20: “Frog & Toad” take the stage in Theatre Arts thesis by Senior Katie Gudzik ’22

  Years of learning about hitting marks, lighting cues and librettos have led Katie Gudzik ’22 (Theater Arts)’s Honors Program thesis: a staged reading of an Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical […]

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