Arts & Humanities
In its 65th year, the popular Hillel tradition pokes fun at academic fields with a holiday food fight.
Professor Anne Walters Robertson discusses the medieval and contemporary tunes that keep her humming.
Filmmaker Kimberly Peirce, AB'90, says teachers like professor Lauren Berlant shaped her sense of artistic adventure.
The Master of Arts Program in the Humanities, more than 1,500 alumni strong, celebrates 15 years.
In 1980s Baltimore, a family recalls an act of kindness—and finds a way to repay it.
Bernard Sahlins, AB’43, lets the actors and the poets bring his spare performances to life.
A homebody with a hitchhiker’s heart, Bonnie Jo Campbell writes stories that cover a lot of ground.
Karen Reimer, MFA’89, embroiders ordinary items to add rich new meaning to the familiar.