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“Love and Intrigue” is a play by Friedrich Schiller being showcased at Philip J. Levin Theater on Douglass campus. The play is a youthful, passionate and harrowing story of hope and betrayal between the son of a powerful politician and a musician’s daughter.
Performers Wazina Zondon (left) and Terna Tilley-Gyado (right) speak about the experiences of Muslims in the LGBT community Friday at the RU Ally Week closing event in Trayes Hall.
Lee Ann Fujii, assistant professor at the University of Toronto, spoke yesterday on Douglass campus of the transformative power that public acts of violence have on society. According to Fujii, violence can be defined as physical participation in a violent act as well as watching the act but doing nothing.
From left to right: Pernille Hemmer, professor in the Department of Psychology, Thomas Papathomas, Busch campus dean, and Charles Roth, professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, were panelists at last night’s “Navigate Your Path to Success” held at Busch Student Center.