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Racism & Memory: A recent photograph installation by William Camargo (MFA ’20) delves into his hometown of Anaheim’s uneasy relationship with its racist history via police violence, gentrification, and capitalism.
Racism’s Subtler Side: What are “microaggressions”? Daniel Solórzano (PhD, Education, ’86) has co-authored a new book on the damaging effects of microaggressions and how we can defuse their toxic effects.
Repurposing an Iconic Landmark: CGU’s purchase of the Huntley Bookstore building paves the way for a new center devoted to health and well-being research—and a careful, delicate renovation of its historic features.
Healthcare’s Future: The global pandemic has highlighted the problems with pricing in the U.S. healthcare system. Alumnus Terry McGann offers a possible solution.
The Situation in Texas: Doctoral student Eveline Gnabasik studies the key challenges facing Republican women politicians in the Lone Star State.
Roland, The One and Only: A look back at the life and art of Roland Reiss, who passed away last December and is credited with creating the Art Department’s renowned MFA program.
Community Bookshelf: A memoir of folk music and family, a new look at a James Joyce masterpiece, a robust defense of America’s founding principles, and much more.