February is Black History Month, a time of both recognition and promotion of African-Americans in history. The study of black history is one of the most controversial subjects in teaching curriculums throughout the United States.
Sustaining theatre in the United States depends on creating intimate spaces and affordable tickets, Artist-in-Residence Gary Gisselman said last Thursday at the 23rd annual Mellby Lecture, "Sustainability and the Theatre: Landscape, Intimacy, Sex and Violins."
While walking by the Speech and Theater Building last Wednesday, Dave Braasch 06 heard loud noises coming from a campus trash can, and peered inside. A squirrel jumped out onto the lid of the trashcan and used Braaschs face to launch onto a basketball hoop.