Event sheds light on Japanese culture

November 27, 2018 Ariel Steinsaltz 1

Some of the presentations throughout the night included a quiz on the Okinawa region of Japan, a tongue-twister tournament, a martial arts demonstration by Aikido and a presentation on Kabuki, a type of Japanese theater, that gave guests at the event the opportunity to have their faces painted. Students attending the event also had room to get creative. They could visit a station at the event where they could decorate little birds called kotori. […]

New York Times reporter highlights history of flu

October 1, 2018 Ariel Steinsaltz 0

In the first installment of the colloquium series, “Plague, Progress, and Prevention: 100 Years after the ‘Spanish Flu’ Changed the World,” the School of Science held a presentation titled  “The Great Epidemic, 100 Years Later,” on Sept. 25 in the Education Building Room 212. […]

IMM showcase highlights creativity

May 2, 2018 Ariel Steinsaltz 0

Between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., 37 projects were presented by senior interactive multimedia majors on the first and second floors of the building. Among the projects were a live-taped podcast, a virtual reality presentation, several animations and various interactive projects. […]

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