There will be no Cashier’s hours on Friday, April 16. Cashier’s hours will resume again the following Friday, April 23.
Marlboro Institute professor, sociologist, and anthropologist Tulasi Srinivas writes about the Hindu pilgrimage Kumbh Mela, which happens every 12 years in India, though this year amid a COVID-19 surge.
President Lee Pelton and Berklee President Roger Brown, both leaving their posts in higher education this spring, joined hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan this week to discuss enduring the pandemic this past year at their respective schools, lessons learned, and next steps in their careers and lives.
Get Konnected! Names Sylvia Spears One of 50 Most Influential People of Color in Higher Education in MA
Vice President for Equity & Social Justice Sylvia Spears was named one of the 50 Most Influential People of Color in Higher Education by Get Konnected!, an inclusive, cross-cultural professional organization.
Trustee and alum Kevin Bright ’76 co-directed the new documentary, “Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story,” which debuts this Friday on PBS’s “American Masters” program.
Performing Arts Senior Distinguished Artist-in-Residence P. Carl’s memoir, Becoming a Man: The Story of a Transition, was referenced as an inspiration to actor Elliot Page, who gave his first interview to Time since announcing he is transgender.
Communication Studies’ Senior Executive-in-Residence Cathryn Edelstein joined i Heart Radio’s “New England Weekend” program to discuss “On the Same Page,” a collaborative diverse book campaign for Boston Public Schools that Edelstein and students created and oversee through the College.
Journalism associate professor Paul Niwa and additional industry professionals joined GBH’s “Beat the Press” program, hosted by Emily Rooney, to discuss recent events in the news and their coverage.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker reviews bestselling author Alex Tresniowski’s new work, The Rope: A True Story of Murder, Heroism, and the Dawn of the NAACP, which recounts the murder of white ten-year-old Marie Smith in Asbury Park, New Jersey, in 1910 and the false accusations against a Black man.
For the week of March 22,Cashier’s hours will be held on Wednesday, March 24, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Ansin 408 instead of Friday, March 26.