Federal funding for arts in the U.S. is essential to vibrant society

By Contributing Writer Sarah Browning for Women's News Network
August 19, 2013

An amazing sculpture titled ‘Amerika’ (America), sits on the east side of the plaza at the entrance to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, which opened in 1971. The center itself stands as both the nation’s living memorial to President John F. Kennedy and as a national monument... Read more »

CULTURE: Kyoko Mori: Blending Two Cultures By Anna Snyder, Staff Writer

By Anna Snyder, Staff Writer
July 6, 2013

Kyoko Mori, Goucher College’s current writer in residence. The writing of Kyoko Mori, Goucher College’s current writer in residence, is clean and simplistic, but resonant with rich metaphors and complex emotions.  Born in Kobe, Japan, Mori came to the United States when she was 16 to complete... Read more »

Pat Summitt, the Legendary Coach of Tennessee’s Lady Vol’s Basketball Team Retires

Jenna Makowski
March 21, 2012

Pat Summitt’s Signature: Success and Dignity By LYNN ZINSER Published: April 19, 2012 It was at once a moment expected and inevitable and yet one with no way to prepare. As Tennessee’s women’s basketball season marched on, it became clear Pat Summitt could not sustain her role as head coach... Read more »