Sam Fox School student Jarea Fang writes about “Eco-Art,” an online student exhibition that explores the intersection between art, ecology and ethics.
Eileen G’Sell reviews the documentary film “9to5: The Story of a Movement” in this piece in Hyperallergic.
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.
Year by year, Congress has destroyed itself as a check on the executive branch, writes associate professor of law Andrea Katz.
Leila Sadat and Madaline George, of the university’s Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute, write an op-ed raising concerns about a proposed bill in the Missouri Legislature, the “Second Amendment Preservation Act.”
Eileen G’Sell, senior lecturer in writing in Arts & Sciences, writes a review of the films “Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Time” and “My Little Sister.”
Meredith Kelling, a doctoral candidate in Arts & Sciences, received a summer fellowship from the Divided City initiative and conducted research on memoirs and novels that include recipes and culinary imperatives. Here, she writes about Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor’s cult classic, “Vibration Cooking.”
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.
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.
The latest episode of the School of Medicine’s “Show Me the Science” podcast examines how to convince people to take steps to slow the spread of COVID-19, particularly as many are targeted with misinformation.
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