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CNY Humanities Corridor, Mellon Foundation Mark 10 Years Together

Lubin House in New York City hosted a celebration of one of the academic humanities' most successful partnerships.

Black & Banned!

Bird Library hosted the fifth annual Black & Banned Campus Read-In, part of Banned Books Week. Featured were selections by African American authors that frequently have been banned or challenged. VIDEO

Professor Examines Link Between Sleep, Aphasia Recovery

Ellyn Riley, assistant professor of communications sciences and disorders, thinks improving speech-therapy outcomes "rests" in treating sleep disorders.

The Perfect Existence

Friends and colleagues remember Pedro Cuperman, Argentine scholar and founder of Point of Contact, who died at age 80.

Acclaimed Novelist Dana Spiotta to Read at YMCA Arts Branch Sept. 30

Spiotta, associate professor of English, hits literary pay dirt with her latest novel, "Innocents and Others" (Scribner, 2016).

Can We All Get Along?

Keith Bybee, professor of political science in the Maxwell School, explores the public’s endless fascination with civility in his latest, aptly titled book, “How Civility Works” (Standard Briefs, 2016).

Alumnus Credits Success to Inspiration, Elbow Grease

Aaron Krouse '92, president and CEO of Scrub Daddy, recently visited Orange Central to discuss how a liberal arts degree has triggered entrepreneurial success. VIDEO