The Office of International Academic Programs announced the winners of the 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest.
The John B. Hurford ’60 Humanities Center brought Tim Lawrence, the head of the Music Culture: Theory and Production department at the University of East London and Arthur Russell biographer, to campus to discuss Russell’s life and music.
The campus commemorated Earth Day with several events, including a native perennial planting in the meadow above the Duck Pond.
Last week, experimental, conceptual electronica duo Matmos came to campus for a residency that included an artist talk, a class seminar and a concert, which featured the world premiere of a new chorale that was sung live by students.
Saturday’s Silk Journalism Panel featured Loren Ghiglione ’63, Amy Hollyfield, Victor Navasky and Juan Williams ’76 discussing partisanship in the media.