Assistant Professor of Italian Studies Angela Tumini has recently returned from a conference in Prague where she presented a paper title, “I Would Die For You: Love, Suicide and Redemption in the Cinema of Fellini, Dreyer and von Trier.
By Matthew Goldman Graduate Research Assistant Before I began the time-consuming process of applying for MFA programs, I spent hours researching the value of an MFA in Creative Writing. While there were plenty of results that described the MFA as an essential part of an aspiring writer’s career, there were an equal number of dissenting
Associate Professor Micol Hebron was recently asked to participate in a pioneering new project titled, “Coordinates”, the brainchild of LA-based artist Nancy Baker Cahill. “Coordinates” is an augmented reality project that places artists’ works in places all over the world. She was among five artists who were selected for the premiere of the project, and