“Commemorating those who died in the American Civil War, and the consequences of a selective memory.”
by Nicolette D’Angelo on December 10, 2017December 10, 2017
Inside Firestone’s special collections, coins tell us about history.
by Carson Welch on November 19, 2017November 17, 2017
“But then the Romans didn’t want paunchy, lumpy bodies in their villas (aside from their own), so they decapitated Sokrates, already green and moldy from the hemlock, and shoved his face alone in their alcoves, dressing him up in pure white marble.”
by A C Gray on October 15, 2017October 14, 2017
“From the driveway, Professor Jahn was visible standing behind the screen door. He did not motion or wave as we drove off. He just watched us leave.”
by Alejandro de la Garza on October 1, 2017September 30, 2017
“My point that I’m not pointing starts with the Scopes Trial.”
by Sarah Barnette on February 26, 2017February 26, 2017
The rich history of a gay café in Amman, Jordan and the social change it inspired in a complex metropolis
by Christian Bischoff on February 26, 2017July 22, 2017
Amidst the empty pews and graying hair, she is proof that, while the story she tells may be hidden, it is still very much alive.
by Peter Schmidt on February 19, 2017February 19, 2017
Forgiving and living after the Holocaust
by Serena Alagappan on December 11, 2016July 21, 2017
￼Love, lust, and etsah in the Orange Bubble.
by Ben Perelmuter, Zach Cohen on December 3, 2016December 13, 2016
Art, trauma, and the Holocaust
by Serena Alagappan on November 13, 2016
Any school child knows that Neil Armstrong was the first man to sit in an Adirondack chair on the moon, but few know the story of its humble roots as a wee embryo in the mind of Thomas Lee.
by Carson Welch on October 2, 2016
Samuel Bollen on Dinosaurs.
by Samuel Bollen on October 2, 2016
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?