The experiences of Afghan Americans came to life in the lecture, “One Story, Thirty Stories — A Discussion of Afghan American Literature.” The event was held in the Library Auditorium on Monday, Nov. 7.
Author Zohra Saed talked about her early life as an Afghan immigrant born in Jalalabad, Afghanistan and raised in the United States. Saed explained that she grew up in the Sheepshead Bay area of Brooklyn but was constantly moving to different places. […]
What do flash mobs, pants-free train rides and freezing in public have in common? These acts were the brain children of improvisation performer Charlie Todd, who spoke about his work on Tuesday, Nov 1. […]
Students were taken back to a time of skinny ties and big hair with the funky sounds of the cover band, Just Like Prom Night. The performance was the main attraction during ’80s Night at the Rathskeller on Friday, Oct. 30. […]