Archives for April, 2014

Sustained Dialogue Brings Change & Recognition

Thanks to the leadership of John Sarrouf, adjunct professor of peace and conflict studies and communication arts, Gordon has been chosen to attend this summer's inaugural PULSE Institute at Bucknell University sponsored by The International Institute for Sustained Dialogue in Washington, D.C.  Only 14 colleges or universities from across the country were accepted to participate in the five day conference, including American University, University of Virginia, Read full article »

Wading in Tense Waters: “Metamorphoses” Confronts Mythical Challenges

Using an ambitious set that includes a real pool of water, Jeffrey S. Miller, professor of theatre arts, has directed Metamorphoses, a play by award winning playwright Mary Zimmerman that showcases a cast of ten students. Performances run April 3–5, 8–12, 2014 and tickets are available at The play explores the tension between the real and the transformational, the human and the mysterious, Read full article »