“Once upon a time, religion told you what the afterlife was and how to prepare for death,” said Cotton. “Sometimes we don’t have that same structure [now], and we’re missing that.”
Students in faculty Maria Scott’s media relations class this semester worked with St. Anthony Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community in downtown Boston, to highlight their counseling and social services.
Gellman advocated for more support for college-in-prison programs in the state, and weighed in on the Mexican president’s plan to reconfigure elections.
Red Chaos, the third installment in the Red Hotel series, is out now on Kindle and Audible, and will be released in print from Beaufort Books later in December 2022.
New Yorker film critic Richard Brody wrote “I compile the movies that imposed themselves on memory and … have provided enduring pleasures and illuminations.”
Students have focused on Unmuted, a six-part anthology docuseries exploring worldwide social issues that women face.
Perspectives: Micro to Macro explores the relationship between humans and nature through a range of aesthetic perspectives.
Based on Goethe’s Dr. Faustus, the play has the English physicist make a bargain with the devil
As a medical speech language pathologist, Assistant Professor Lindsay Griffin specializes in research and clinical care of a vital function that is often taken for granted or misunderstood.
A recent research project by ELab Director Eric Gordon and a partner explored how city leaders and technologists are using (or imagining) technology to create or restore trust with their constituents.