Humanities

Memory of former UCI student Vincent Steckler

Memory of former UCI student Vincent Steckler Tech titan and philanthropist made a lasting impact on campus The UCI community mourns the loss of former student, friend and beloved supporter Vincent Steckler ’80. The former CEO of Avast Antivirus Software died of a car accident on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, …

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Latest Mannie Jackson forums scheduled for Monday

The telegraph June 23, 2021Update: June 23, 2021 4:57 PM GODFREY – Lewis and Clark Community College has launched a series of community forums designed to collect feedback on the Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities building in Edwardsville. “Lewis and Clark recognize the historic significance and value of this …

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Celebrating Diversity: It’s okay, we’re normal by Jermaine Chloe B. Yalung | Way of life

It’s okay, we’re normal.By Jermaine Chloé B. YalungRotation I’ve known him for quite some time. It eats away at me inside. I can’t hide anymore, The feelings deep inside me. I feel like a monster. Which is still incomplete. I’m never really me. I will never be happy. I have …

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Philip Pullman supports new Oxford University building where the stories take place

DRAWINGS of a new £ 150million Oxford University building have been published for the first time. A second public consultation for the university’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Center for the Humanities was launched last week, with images of the building released. The center was made possible by a £ 150million donation …

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Acclaim: Recent Honors for Emory Faculty and Staff | Emory University

Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work at the local, national and international levels. The following is a sample of recent accolades, including awards for professional contributions and leadership appointments. Honors highlighted in this column: Points of Light recognizes Beshad’s service Ophthalmologist Emory Eye Center Soroosh Behshad …

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ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Museum displays local color photographs | Characteristics

Many years ago, after completing my doctorate, I was hired at USC Aiken to teach classical American literature, from colonial beginnings until 1899. One of the courses I regularly offered was the American realism, which covers approximately the second half of the 19th century; and one of the main literary …

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Administrator of Davidson College. Kristen Eshleman appointed Vice President of Library and Information Technology Services

Jack P. Carroll ’24 Editor-in-chief In an email to members of the Trinity College community on Wednesday, May 26, College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney has announced the appointment of Kristen Eshleman as Trinity’s Vice President for Library and Information Technology Services. Eshleman, who will take up her new role on July …

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Smoky Hill River Festival Announces Printing Event 2021

Salina’s Journal | Salina’s Journal Salina Arts and Humanities (SAH) announced Thursday that printing for the 2021 Smoky Hill River Festival has been completed by an artist from Kansas City with works presented nationally and internationally. Rena Detrixhe created a print titled “Smoky Hill Prairie Haunts,” in which she used …

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Reading by Frederick Douglass Ensemble – Saturday July 3

Read Frederick Douglass Together – A MAC Community Event Saturday July 3 at 10:00 a.m., the Marion Art Center will present Reading Frederick Douglass together, a public reading of Frederick Douglass’ 1852 speech “What the Slave is on July 4th?” In Marion Bicentennial Park located at 1 Spring Street in …

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Grant to finance documentaries on Macedonian cemetery, Johns Creek

JOHNS CREEK, GA – Several members of the Johns Creek Student Leadership Class of 2023 will become Documentary Personalities in the coming year thanks to a recently awarded grant in Georgia Humanities. Student Leadership Johns Creek worked with the Johns Creek Historical Society and Mercer University to apply for the …

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