Acclaimed Dance Maker, Author and Director to Showcase Unique Artistry to Students and the Public during the 2014-15 Academic Year.
Same-sex marriage and the enduring power of love.
Emotional identification is key to the diversity of writer Zadie Smith's work.
Alumnae and students get together to discuss opportunities in medicine and allied fields.
Natalie Friedman wants to bring the wisdom of Solomon to academic policies and procedures.
Professor David Weiman draws some parallels between the panic of 1907 and the 2008 financial meltdown.
Beth Berkowitz considers animal cognition and relationships to humans in Jewish law.
Economist and author Sylvia Ann Hewlett on the benefits of finding or becoming a sponsor.
Professor Ann Senghas's research and teaching on Nicaraguan sign language explore an evolving method of communication.
Flutist Zara Lawler '92 reinvents classical music for the modern age.