The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity celebrates 10 years of opening minds. by Lorraine Berry
The week of October 15, 2009, a justice of the peace in Louisiana refused a multiracial couple a marriage license. Ten months into the presidency of a biracial man, in an era pundits have declared “post-racial,” such overt acts of racism seem...
A group of students visits one of the world’s poorest countries — and comes away richer. by Doug McInnis
There are just over 14 million people in Malawi, and 930,000 of them either have AIDS or are infected with the virus that causes it. AIDS has killed so many adults that the country now has a million orphans. As the country’s health problems have...
Tim Hauck ’03 and Matt Podolsky ’06 are helping to bring North America’s largest flying land bird back from near extinction. by Aaron King ’09
Each morning, Tim Hauck ’03 and Matt Podolsky ’06 are greeted by the rising sun over the Vermillion Cliffs in northern Arizona. The solitude of this remote place is...
Father Roy Bourgeois calls for U.S. contribution to peace in Latin America. by Melanie Breault ’11
Between 1946 and 2001, the School of the Americas (SOA), a U.S. Department of Defense facility near Fort Benning, Georgia, trained more than 61,000 Latin American soldiers in professional military leadership and tactics. Some of the...
By Samantha Allen ’11
The College honored its seventh and first female president, president emerita Peggy R. Williams, this past October with the dedication of the Peggy R. Williams Center and the inaugural presentation of the Difficult Dialogues Symposium.
“It was only fitting that we should choose to name this amazing...