College of Humanities and Fine Arts
A repelling smell from the ‘corpse flower’ attracts a crowd
Alumni and their impact on the world
STATE OF THE ARTS: Athena Levesque ’15, ’16MA brings her own crowd
You'll never look at a dictionary the same
Tapping into the power of song, a group of alums help hundreds across the country
TEACHABLE MOMENT: “There is no ‘going’ online now”
New Yorker writer pays tribute to a great musician—and other remembrances
How to build a smart facade on buildings that cool in heat and warm in cold
Assistant Professor Juana Valdés has fashioned bone china into exquisite rags that celebrate women and their labor.
Professor Martín Espada wins the Poetry Foundation’s prestigious 2018 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.
The example of W.E.B. Du Bois, born 150 years ago, is powerfully timeless.
Inside the mind of a master architect.
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