International medical geography and public health expert Amy Blatt presented her lecture, “Geomedicine: How Locations Affect Your Health,” as part of the College’s weekly Brown Bag Series on Friday, Feb. 23 in the Library Auditorium. […]
Caroline Vazzana works in the fashion industry, but she goes by many titles. The 25-year-old New Yorker discussed how small actions can lead to big outcomes in her Brown Bag presentation, “Brand and Social Media in the Digital World,” on Nov. 10. […]
Philadelphia-based graphic designer Allan Espiritu spoke to students and faculty in Mayo Concert Hall on Friday, Nov. 3, at the seventh Brown Bag presentation of the semester, where he explained his creative process, shared stories that shaped his view on art and empowered aspiring artists.
For the first 18 years of his life, John Kuiphoff, an associate professor of interactive multimedia, did not have access to Google. When problems arose, the only tool he could rely on was his own imagination. […]
Award-winning writer, filmmaker and producer Jennifer Lin visited Mayo Concert Hall on Friday, Oct. 17 to present a Brown Bag lecture on her quest to uncover her family’s experiences during the Chinese cultural revolution. […]
Emmy winning journalist Jane Hanson came to the College on Friday, Oct. 13, for the lastest Brown Bag lecture in Mayo Concert Hall. She discussed her career and journey through the world of broadcast media. […]
Theodore Wiprud, a performer, educator, concert presenter and the vice president of education at the New York Philharmonic, was featured in the third Brown Bag series event of the semester in Mayo Concert Hall on Friday, Sept. 28.
After a brief introduction, Allahyari stepped up to the podium and wasted no time describing her passion for art, especially 3D technology, and how she infuses activism into her work. “I am interested in the phenomena of art activism,” Allahyari said. “It’s rather about changing the aspects and culture of society through art activism.” […]