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(April 5, 2023)

“Moving Forward”: 10-Minute Performances on the Quad April 13

Expanded Performing Identities Across Cultures a CNY Humanities Corridor Signature Event

Courtney Conte ’23 (left) and Bochum town archivist Andreas Froning (right) with the Stolpersteine, or stumbling stone, honoring Holocaust survivor Bob Hyman.

(March 15, 2023)

A&S Student Honors Holocaust Survivor through Research Project

Courtney Conte ’23 helped prepare a “stumbling stone” to remember Bob Hyman’s life.

Person presenting a poen at Worlds of Love 2023.

(March 3, 2023)

Wor(l)ds of Love 2023

At the annual Wor(l)ds of Love event, students read and performed poetry in front of an audience of fellow students, faculty and staff.

Pavel Andrade portrait.

(Feb. 9, 2023)

LLL’s Journal, Symposium, Awards Harold G. Jones Best Essay for 2022

The quarterly journal, which features criticisms in modern literatures, has selected Pavel Andrade from the University of Cincinnati as the 2022 Best Essay award winner.

Group of people in front of Hall of Languages.

(Jan. 19, 2023)

Graduate Students Host Inaugural “Romance Languages Colloquium”

Attendees joined from Canada, Puerto Rico and across the U.S.

Exterior of Hall of Languages in winter.

(Jan. 18, 2023)

A Warm Winter Welcome to A&S’ Newest Faculty Members

The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes eight new professors this semester.

Magazine cover design by Bryan Nicholas Fletcher, which reimagines Miguel de Cervantes’ novella “La fuerza de la sangre” into a modern context and setting.

(Oct. 17, 2022)

Cool Class: Social Justice in Early Modern Literature

Students’ digital projects connecting centuries-old stories to the present were featured at an international festival in Spain.

Corrine Occhino portrait

(Sept. 9, 2022)

A&S Professor Conducting First National Survey on Reproductive Health Experiences of Deaf Women

The project seeks to improve health care communication for Deaf and hard of hearing people.

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