At the heart of this body of work is the ability to expand one’s focus. To rotate the lens in which we perceive the world (using artist Titus Kaphar’s metaphor) simply to benefit from additional, excluded narratives. Divided into three sections, Gendering, De-Centering, and Pandemic, this exhibit responds to our collective cultural moment.
A cultural journey told by several women who grew up in Korea. They will discuss their histories, traditions and culture. In addition to a book discussion by faculty and staff, there will be a musical presentation by faculty performing two Korean folk songs and a third song created by the faculty member’s grandfather.
Students can get free flu shots at Health Services this year.
Black Memorabilia explores the world of racist material, both antique and newly produced, that propagates demeaning representations of African Americans.
National American Indian Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of the peoples who were the original inhabitants, explorers and settlers of the United States.