The grant, allocated by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, will help the company create interactive digital resources to increase dance literacy.
Senior acting major Erin Lockett spent the summer researching Lorraine Hansberry, the first black female author to have a play performed on Broadway.
Kathleen Mulligan, professor in the Department of Theatre Arts, is in rehearsals for “The Belle of Amherst,” a one-woman play she will perform in Beirut later this fall.
Bayoumi emphasized how negative perceptions of Muslim and Arab individuals throughout the United States have escalated since the terrorist attack in 2001.
Adapted from the Hans Christian Andersen classic that inspired Disney’s “Frozen,” local theater company, The Cherry Arts, presents “The Snow Queen.”
“When privilege is normal in your life, equity feels like oppression — that’s the epitome of what we’re talking about here,” Nolan Cabrera said.
Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, will speak at the college on Nov. 9 and has made controversial statements about gun-rights.