Howse, along with eight other men of color, will be honored on Tuesday, March 28, at an event celebrating the 15th anniversary of Get Konnected!
The project seeks to codify streaming of performances as part of the disability laws in the U.S. and internationally.
“Innovation in Access and Equity for Incarcerated People in Massachusetts,” will feature speakers, panels, and a documentary screening centered around the value of education in prison.
The grants, funded by casino tax revenues, are being given to non-profit and municipal performing arts center to help compete with casinos.
The Daniels and Jennifer Coolidge ‘85 continue their sweep through awards season.
You can sign up for a time slot so you don’t have to wait to donate.
The men’s basketball team will face the Babson Beavers at 7 pm.
Ömer Yilmaz, a second-year Visual and Media Arts graduate student, knows first-hand the devastation wrought by the 7.8- and 7.6-magnitude earthquakes that hit southeastern Turkey and northwestern Syria last Monday.
Professor Jerald Walker’s essay collection, How to Make a Slave and Other Essays, won a Massachusetts Book Award for Nonfiction back in 2021
Walker became the first African American woman to win the Pulitzer for Literature and the National Book Award in 1983, for her novel The Color Purple