This exhibition will discuss the works of several photographers who are associated with the advancement of photojournalism, as a medium that ultimately changed the way society perceives the world.
Domestic Partner Benefits
Generous benefits have long helped employers recruit and retain some of their best employees. If making a business case for domestic partner benefits has not gone unnoticed by corporate America, why is it that we contemplate the decision to offer it? Why have many companies throughout the world decided to accept and offer domestic partner…
A Means to an End
The title of Steven Shaviro’s article, Supa Dupa Fly: Black women As Cyborgs in Hip hop Videos, is a little misleading. It should be titled, Supa Dupa Fly: Black women’s use of Postmodernism in Hip hop. Although Shaviro does talk about black women as cyborgs in hip hop videos, that does not seem to be…
Architectural Surround as Space and Thought
Architectural surround can simply be defined as that which exists in a limited or predefined area or as Arakawa and Gins puts it, “its boundaries and all objects and persons within it” (39). Arakawa and Gins feel that it is the nature and configuration of our architectural surrounds that can affect and ultimately control our…
The Accordion: An Instrument of Cross-Cultural Importance
The culture of Mexicans as well as people of Mexican descent in the United States is one rich in tradition. While some traditions differ from one side of the border to the other, many remain instilled deep into the psyche of the people, causing the inhabitants of these two different countries to have similar achievements in artistry and style. Native Mexicans (meaning currently from Mexico) and Mexican-Americans enjoy their own familial, artistic and musical traditions that have been passed down from the generations. Among these traditions, a rather surprising inclusion can be found—the accordion.