If Peter Wood ’06, theatre, is doing his job well, you’ll never notice what he’s doing. It should look effortless and natural, smooth and, well, magical.
Marking the centennial of the 19th Amendment, three experts acknowledge how systemic racism plagued the women’s rights movement from its roots.
Theresa Bruce didn’t set out to be a teacher—she had her sights set on being a hot-shot lawyer. So how to explain her last decade as a city teacher?
Examining a history of slavery requires having access to the records of the past. After all, writing one’s own history, too, is an act of emancipation.
Minner hopes the creation of an archive at UMBC will encourage more members of the Lumbee Tribe to dig into their past, while also finding pride in their present.
The push to tighten Poland’s abortion laws has proved a lightning bolt moment for protesters.
In-person preschool classrooms provide opportunities to build social skills, which enable children to develop friendships and cope with challenges.
Both sides claim that the fighting isn’t just about territorial control – it is a fight to prevent genocide. This accusation may make a lasting resolution much harder.
A master storyteller, Asif Majid bridges multiple worlds with his work in theatre. The pandemic allowed him to tackle an additional world—the virtual stage.
These landscapes can still be grazed, mowed, or harvested as long as these activities sustain or restore native species diversity.