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John Talks Feminisms for Spring Speakers Series

On Monday, March 30, in the second installment of the English Club’s Spring Speakers Series, Dr. Caresse John, Associate Professor of English, talked before a packed room about why we still need feminism and why being a bad feminist is better than being no feminist at all. 73 more words


When did we start 'shopping' for college'?

When did college become a commodity? When did the decision of the best place to go translate into a monetary return on investment? When did we start shopping for college as we would for any other ‘big ticket’ consumer purchase? 629 more words

Connecting The Dots

Faculty Climate Appraisal Survey Results

Below are the compiled results of our recent Faculty Climate Appraisal Survey, conducted February 13-27, 2015. Thanks to everyone who took the time to provide such valuable input. 14,264 more words


News from Professor Louise Rice

Professor Louise Rice spoke at the recent Renaissance Society of America annual conference, held in Berlin. In a session dedicated to Italian Baroque art, she spoke on “Joshua and the Jesuits: A Study in Multiplicity of Meaning.” 190 more words



An excellent article “Wealth, not income, matters for getting into college” by DR. Su Jin Jez was published in op-ed section of The Sacramento Bee on March 29, 2015. 115 more words


Professor Discusses 2015 Shakespeare Festival

Professor Karen Libman was featured on the WGVU Morning Show to talk with host Shelley Irwin about the 2015 Shakespeare Festival.

The festival will be kicked-off by a children’s summer camp called “ 54 more words


Chris Harris rare photos answer the call

What do Jerry Lee Lewis and one of the leading civil-rights organizations in the South have in common? 303 more words

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