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The epic stories of national teams are moments of collective communion that few other events are often capable of generating.
Sarah Lopez is a built environment historian, as well as a migration scholar. Lopez's research focuses on the impact of migrant remittances—dollars earned in the U.S.
Sessions will look at ways faculty, students, and staff can work to make academic and co-curricular programs more inclusive through identifying and addressing barriers to participation and success.
This South Carolina quintet soared last year to the #1 position on the Billboard, iTunes, and Amazon Jazz Charts with their eponymous album.
Co-sponsored by the Departments of German and German Studies and East Asian Languages and Cultures.
Visual artist Jonathan VanDyke will discuss the commingling of painting and performance in his art practice of the past decade, with a special emphasis on the art historical and cultural references
Lela Aisha Jones | FlyGround
(with movement performance artists Amanda L. Edwards, Peaches Jones, Oiya Lowe, Aigner Picou)
Kate Hope Day is the author of one of 2019’s most anticipated novels, her debut If, Then.
Yiyun Li is the author of four works of fiction—Kinder Than Solitude, A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, The Vagrants, and Gold Boy, Emerald Girl—and the memoir