Through his teaching and writing, the professor at Claremont School of Theology affirms the fluidity of religion.
The senior narrative editor for Riot Games previously worked for DC Comics and Dynamite Comics.
Johnny Miles says modern superheroes and ancient Jews have a lot in common.
The medium itself breaks boundaries, and this idea transfers to course subject matter.
Todd Kerstetter chronicles the constant power struggle that comes with attempting to create a life along a river.
In a Q&A, Rob Garnett, professor of economics, honors professor of social sciences and associate dean in the John V. Roach Honors College, combines economics with happiness.
In this sociology class, students learn about the history of the wedding and its place in society.
Professor Jodi Campbell dishes on the meaning behind the meal in 15th-century Spain.
Frederick Gooding Jr. looks at how integration of the workforce hid years of continued discrimination.
In a Q&A, the associate professor of German and French discusses how the roots of language influence thought and explains why musicians make talented language learners.