Activism Heats Up to Cool Climate Down
“How worried are you about climate change?” On Jan. 26, students and faculty filed into Stevenson Event Center and were immediately presented with this question. The answer was unanimous — everyone was afraid. This was the Decarbonization and Electrification Task Force’s (D&E) inaugural Town Hall….
California Leaves Trump in the Dust
President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord was a selfish and destructive choice. The U.S. should not back out of a climate agreement that carries global, domestic, economic and environmental implications. California is leading an alliance of more than…
Is Veganism the Answer?
Cows produce 37 percent of the total methane released into the atmosphere. It takes 1,000 gallons of water to make one gallon of milk. Cattle ranching is the leading cause of destruction to the Amazon rainforest. Yet in the U.S., the average person continues to…
Confronting Contemporary Issues With Art
Walking through Undercurrents — the Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) exhibit — feels a lot like traversing a maze. The artists’ expansive pieces are tucked into different rooms of the building and along hallways, spread out like cities on a map. Undercurrents will offer…
Ocean Blooms at Lighthouse Point
The cliffside at Lighthouse Point will soon be the scene of a unique showcase of multimedia and performance art, honoring the abundant wildlife swimming below.