Reshaping Media

October 15, 2021 University of Texas at Austin 0

Over the past five years, the Latino Media Arts and Studies (L-MAS) program at The University of Texas at Austin has grown from a group of courses and a minor into a hub for Latino studies scholarship, community and creativity. Founded by professors Charles Ramírez Berg, Mary Beltrán and Maggie Read More


Designer Shares Her Love of Sustainable Luxury

October 13, 2021 Cornell University 0

“It will come full circle, using pieces that don’t necessarily have a space in the collection, but we’ll reimagine it into something special,” Prober says. Prober has long had a passion for finding and preserving fragments that were discarded at some point because they no longer had a use. She Read More


UNC Music returns to concert

October 12, 2021 North Carolina at Chapel Hill 0

Sept. 26 marked a very special day for the College of Arts & Sciences’ Music Department. It was the first indoor concert with a live audience that the department has had in almost two years, since February 2020. The department is excited to come back better than ever and continue Read More


New moral psychology minor takes on challenging questions

October 11, 2021 Cornell University 0

Students across the university can now minor in the growing field of moral psychology, with faculty approving the new area of study July 15. The curriculum will offer students interdisciplinary engagement with moral psychology theory and research as well as hands-on experience applying moral psychology to practical ethical issues. The Read More