"You’re Black, Lena. Aren’t you supposed to be fast?"
That was the question that a former basketball coach once asked junior communications major Lena Williams. Williams, who served an a panelist on the university's Black Lines Matter panel during Martin Luther King Jr. week events, shared... READ MORE »»
A U.S. Department of Justice investigation into Luzerne County polling places, prompted by the documentaries of two faculty members, led to a settlement with the county to improve access for people with disabilities.
Communications faculty members Melissa Sgroi and Dan Kimbrough produced two films,... READ MORE »»
The Deadly Medicine exhibition, which opened January 18 in the Pauly Friedman and MacDonald Art Gallery, is garnering big interest.
The exhibit is a labyrinthine structure that takes the visitor through the history of eugenics, and all the medical horrors that became of it. As with history, the exhibit... READ MORE »»
Many commuters say the five-way intersection in the center of Dallas is nightmare because catching that light means you’ll arrive at your destination late once you wait for the light to come back around.
Junior occupational therapy major Jessica Pluta said the long wait time is frustrating.
"It... READ MORE »»