This week a group of leaders from Kenscoff, Haiti are exploring the area and making connections that could benefit their community.
Sara gives the rundown of what to expect at PYGMALION this year, in a broad sense.
Megan took in the sights and sounds of the 2017 CU Pride Fest.
Julie sits down with Mike Ross as he embarks on his 21st year as the director of Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
Jacqueline talks to longtime residents of C-U about the history of queer spaces in the community, and why the need for them is still so important.
Julie looks ahead to Welcoming Week, a week dedicated to celebrating diversity and supporting the immigrant community.
Sal experiences an hour-long floating session for the third time in his life, climbing into and zonking out in an oval-shaped “dream-pod,” which to him resembles a large white egg with shallow saltwater.
Julie sits down with Molly McLay, one of the organizers of tonight's performance of The Vagina Monologues at the Virginia Theatre.
If it weren't for four buildings across town, the C-U we know today might be drastically different.
Megan experiences a drag-tastic night at 51 Main.
Nika previews C-U Days, an event full of culture, fun, food and history.
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