The San Francisco Chronicle writes: It’s a documentarian’s job to depict reality and truth. But what if the reality itself is in question? That was the conundrum filmmaker Penny Lane — her real name — faced when putting together her found-footage documentary The Pain of Others.
The May 28, 2018, edition of the New Yorker includes the poem "Eggplant," by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Peter Balakian, Donald M. and Constance H. Rebar Professor in the humanities and professor of English.
Professor Teo Ballvé has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar Grant to spend the next year in Colombia researching how environmental peacebuilding can help strengthen a nation recovering from decades of conflict.
On April 25, Colgate University’s Clifford Art Gallery celebrated the opening of The Hill Envisioned: What Might Have Been — What Might Yet Be. The exhibition is an exploration of the development of Colgate’s distinctive campus throughout the last 200 years.
CNN notes, "As the number of Congressmen and Senators who've served in the military has fallen, Congress has tended to let Presidents decide about use of force." Assistant Professor of Political Science Danielle Lupton appeared live to elaborate, based on her research.
Confronting difficult and contentious subjects in the classroom is an essential component of a liberal arts education. Professors Jenna Reinbold and Tim Byrnestalk about how they are approaching a course that examines the American church-state debate through the lens of abortion and same-sex marriage.