Carmen García de la Rasilla, associate professor of Spanish, and Jorge Abril Sánchez, lecturer in Spanish have teamed up to edit a new collection of essays on Miguel de Cervantes’ “Don Quixote,” celebrating the 400th anniversary of the publication of the novel’s second part.
Alynna Lyon, associate professor of political science, has written a book that explores the United States' relationship to the United Nations. In "US Politics and the United Nations: A Tale of Dysfunctional Dynamics" (Lynne Rienner Publishers), Lyon examines the waxing and waning of U.S.
Even if you haven’t seen the “Saturday Night Live” sketches featuring Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton, it’s likely you’ve read about them. A story on the most recent bit ran in scores of news outlets after Trump called the show a "hit job" on him.
Imagine having access to running water only one day per month. On that day, you’d fill up every bucket you have. For the next month, you’d carefully strategize about how to use that precious resource. Cleaning the house, doing the dishes, washing clothes, bathing — each must be consciously planned.