While finishing up the semester away from campus and her friends wasn’t ideal, spring 2020 graduate Mariah Flores found some new skills within herself. Here she discusses her ability to be adaptable and resilient.
When COVID-19 hit, spring semester took a surprising turn and went online. Now at the end of the semesters, students look back on what they learned, how they coped, and what their hopes for the future are.
Associate Professor Matt Carlson (Journalism) has written "Measurable Journalism: Digital Platforms, News Metrics and the Quantified Audience," which explores ways in which the increasingly ‘measurable’ news audience has had an impact on journalistic practices. This book was originally published as a special issue of "Digital Journalism."
Carl Flink, dance program head within the Department of Theatre Arts & Dance, and his company Black Label Movement, are mentioned in this list of events in terms of how dance can help tackle climate change issues.
The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance is, right now, preparing to submit a pledge to the JUBILEE, a yearlong, nationwide theatre festival featuring work generated by those who have traditionally been excluded.
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and the first gay liberation organization at the University of Minnesota, the Katherine E. Nash gallery presents “Queer Forms.” The multidisciplinary art exhibition features 100 artists celebrating queer identity including Corinne Teed, an assistant professor of art.
Sean Connaughty, a lecturer of drawing and painting in the Department of Art, is known by many as Lake Hiawatha’s personal caretaker. Find out how this caretaker uses the power of art to call attention to the lake's trash problem.
“Swede Hollow Ghost Sonata" is an immersive theater piece about immigration that will serve as a starting point for creating community dialogue, presented by Luverne Seifert, Head of BA Theatre Performance, and Carl Flink, Dance Program Director.