University Theatre opening timely play, delivers unflinching look at the ramifications of slavery

Weaving together gods and myths from different cultures and times in a distinctively American tapestry, “…And Jesus Moonwalk the Mississippi” is a genre-defying play examining … Continue reading

Majority overestimates U.S. gay population, could influence gay rights policies, researchers find

The public tends to overestimate the American gay and lesbian population, and those who do so are less likely to support equal rights measures, according … Continue reading

Visiting scholar to present annual Gunn Lecture on ‘How to be Happy in Shakespeare and Hobbes’

Before the 17th century, to be “happy” meant one was lucky. But from the 1600s onward, happiness meant what it means today: enjoyment and contentment. … Continue reading