Starr Center’s new director of programs and experiential learning seeks to stretch boundaries with online engagement

By Cecilia Cress Elm Staff Writer The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience…

Sumner Hall’s James Taylor Justice Coalition grapples with the history of lynching in Kent County

By Emma Reilly Elm Staff Writer Through collaboration, outreach, and historical documentation, the James Taylor Justice…

Starr Center casts an open net of student collaboration with new director of communications and outreach

By Cecilia Cress Elm Staff Writer The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience…

Celebrating Black History Month via social media

By Emma Russell and Meagan Kennedy Student Life Editor & Elm Staff Writer February is recognized…

Breaking down the misconstrued protections of the First Amendment

By Kaitlin Dunn Elm Staff Writer The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law…

Itching to explore some new museums this season? Here are five virtual galleries to check out

By Kaitlin Dunn  Elm Staff Writer  Along with movie theatres, sporting events, and other activities, museums…

Film Review: “The Trial of the Chicago 7” acts as a mirror for the U.S.’s struggle for human rights

By Meagan Kennedy  Elm Staff Writer  Released on Netflix on Oct. 16, “The Trial of the…

Looking for a good laugh? Check out these comedy specials!

By Nia Anthony Elm Staff Writer This year has been particularly stressful because of the COVID-19…

Six Netflix documentaries to watch at home this fall

By Lexi Meola Elm Staff Writer With the upcoming election and the COVID-19 pandemic on many…

English and American Studies professor receives Cromwell Award for Innovation in Teaching

By Victoria Gill-Gomez News Editor Dr. Alisha Knight, associate professor of English and American Studies, was…