Philosophy professor Lewis Gordon, Ph.D. has been an authority on race relations for the better part of the past two decades. After receiving his Ph.D. from Yale University in 1993, Gordon taught at Brown University,
Columnist Marisa Steinberg discusses more eco-friendly ways to shop for food, with a lower environmental impact. When I relinquished the comfort of a meal plan, and purchasing and preparing food became my responsibility, I began
The Annual Student Art Exposition ended on March 31, which gave students the opportunity to exhibit their creativity and development. The paintings on the wall depict friendly faces, multicolored designs and the symbols of social
Alternative Knowledge Access, a structure built by junior painting major Amy Borch, sits on Tyler’s lawn. When Alternative Knowledge Access was under construction in front of Tyler School of Art, some students weren’t sure what
The biannual Clothesline Project kicks off on Main Campus on Wednesday, April 4, in an effort to raise awareness of interpersonal violence. In my three years on Main Campus, I’ve come to notice, and eventually
Columnist Meghan White suggests breaking up monotonous spring cleaning with some crafting. The weather is getting nicer and everyone is heading outside, but that is no excuse for not doing some spring cleaning and decorating.
Redshirt-senior pitcher has helped the Owls get off to a 4-0 A-10 start despite disability. Sophomore catcher Stephanie Pasquale called timeout and walked out to the mound in the Owls’ doubleheader sweep against La Salle
The second draft of the White Paper calls for the scrutinized restructuring proposals. Provost Richard Englert’s White Paper laid out numerous possibilities for university restructuring in December 2011 and, in March, after discussions between the