Arts & Culture

“The Seagull” flies to new heights

The College of Visual and Performing Arts put on an outstanding production of Anton Chekov’s “The Seagull” Oct. 8-12 in Johnson Studio Theatre. The tragic play featured several moments of charming humor, as well as heartfelt moments that...

Language barriers create culture barriers

While a majority of children rarely have to worry about translating menus, legal records or medical documents, Jovanna Orozco helped her parents every step of the way. Orozco, a sophomore human nutrition major, has helped translate English for her...

Student from Gold Coast kicks-off four years

This is Kento Ito, a freshman sports management major from Gold Coast, Australia. He is a Japnese-Australian who was born and raised there after his parents moved from Japan for work. Gold Coast is located in southeastern Queensland, where he...

Community, class and cost

“Imagine a world,” Simone Camel, human nutrition professor, said, “where all eaters have equitable and optimal access to food and water now and in the future.” She and many others have discussed the topics of health and the cost of food in...

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