Chancellor writes about higher education’s role

Approximately one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Chancellor Andrew D. Martin reflects on his blog about the role of higher education institutions and the intrinsic value of the humanities.

Impeachment, R.I.P.

Year by year, Congress has destroyed itself as a check on the executive branch, writes associate professor of law Andrea Katz.

Two Dramas Plumb the Depths of Women’s Midlife Chaos

Writing faculty member Eileen G’Sell reviews the movies “Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Time” and “My Little Sister,” which she calls complicated films about complicated people.

A Burial Beneath Beauty

William E. Wallace, professor of art history in Arts & Sciences, discusses a statue of Moses that dominates the scene in Michelangelo’s Tomb of Pope Julius II.
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