American Antislavery Writings: Colonial Beginnings to Emancipation compiles fiction, non-fiction, poems, sermons, plays, children’s books, and more.
One of the questions I get asked all the time is “why is college so expensive?” It is a question that has exploded now beyond the confines of academia into the realm of policy debate and popular media. It is a good question, and one that eludes simple explanation.
Essays in Barnard Magazine mark two key anniversaries for the preeminent Harlem Renaissance writer, Zora Neale Hurston '28.
A Women in Public Service Project symposium featured several women heads of state including Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga.
When Jordan Borgman ’13 did not excel in high school French, she believed she lacked the facility to learn a foreign language. But when she left her hometown of Bangor, Maine, to spend a year of high school in Nagasaki, Japan, she surprised herself.