A night of the best Latin Jazz in town.
This workshop examines the “must have” ingredients for maximum engagement in middle and high school science classrooms.
Amal Kassir's fiery spoken word poetry and storytelling are the result of her experiences growing up in two seemingly opposing worlds: her home in Denver and her grandmother's farm in Syria.
Adolf Hitler wakes up in the 21st century and quickly gains attention in this satirical comedy.
Featuring breathtaking landscapes and captivating animals, The Biggest Little Farm offers a blueprint for better living and a healthier planet
Adjunct faculty member Micah Wright, clarinet, presents his musical program with Hui Wu on piano.
This two-day institute will build participants' knowledge about the academic language of the Part II standards.
Co-authors Benjamin Gonzalez O’Brien and Loren Collingwood explore the history and the religious roots of sanctuary policies.
Using newly available information, Francis Gary Powers Jr. presents facts and dispels misinformation surrounding the downing of the American U-2 spy plane piloted by his father over the Soviet Union on May 1, 1960.
Cellist Yoshika Masuda and friends present an evening of string chamber music in pieces ranging from duos to quartets.