URSCA 2018’s participants presented on an array of interesting and research-worthy topics. Second-year Amy Trinh’s project was titled “Welcome to Little Damage: Visual Product Perception and Consumer Experience.”
Co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Khan-Cullors will be giving her new book, titled When They Call You a Terrorist: a Black Lives Matter Memoir, to the first 70 student attendees of her talk for free. Join The Office of Equity and Inclusion and the rest of the student body for her talk May 3., at 7 p.m. in the Shannon Center.
With the Spring semester swiftly drawing to a close, one class from this semester that deserves to be highlighted is Masks and Mask-making, taught by Technical Director, Interim Scenic and Lighting Designer, and Adjunct Instructor Joshua Christ.