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Faulkner to Salter

Reigniting the writer-in-residence program.

A Deeper Bond

College first years forge long-lasting, rewarding academic relationships with unique faculty-led College Advising Seminars.

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Media Studies Students Become Sound Journalists in New Radio Production Course

Oct 29, 2014

From sound editing and mixing to the art of interviewing and storytelling, students are learning all about what happens on the other side of the dial in Elliot Majercyzk’s new radio production course.

Getting Started: Connecting College, Advising and Career

Oct 22, 2014

A report for new students, prepared by the Undergraduate Association Deans, highlights the various opportunities for academic advising within the College.

Berlin Wall Symposium to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Historic Fall

Oct 17, 2014

A dynamic, week-long (Nov. 3-9) multidisciplinary exploration through a Grounds-wide series of events.

Notes

Family Weekend Lecture: From Birmingham and Selma to Ferguson: The Legacy of Media Coverage of the Civil Rights Movement

Academic Association Dean's Reception to follow. Saturday, Nov. 1, 1:30 PM, 125 Minor Hall.

Quicksilver Concert

Chamber music of the early modern period. Tuesday, Nov. 4, 8 PM, Old Cabell Hall.

"The Place of Prejudice" A Case for Reasoning Within the World

Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. Friday, Oct. 31, 1:30 PM, 211 Gibson Hall.

Staged Seduction: Gender Politics and Class Struggle in a Tokyo Host Club

East Asia Center. Friday, Oct. 31, 1 PM, Brooks Hall 2nd Floor Conference Room.