‘The tangible and the intangible’: Kim Thomas Malm ’90 and Michael Kondel’s joint exhibition ‘Common Ground’ explores human complexities

“Growing up on a farm, you’re always making shit,” Michael Kondel said, one of the artists of the “Common Ground” exhibit at the Grossman Gallery.  The exhibit, taking place from Sept. 3 through Oct. 12, displays work from both Kondel and Kim Thomas Malm ’90. Kondel said that he and Malm attempted to explore a […]

Constitution Day film screening ‘On the Basis of Sex’ celebrates gender equality progress

Government & Law students and faculty celebrated Constitution Day by reflecting upon advancements in equality under the law through watching, “On the Basis of Sex,” sponsored by the government and law department, the Kirby government and law society and women in law. The movie documents the United State’s current Justice of the Supreme Court Ruth […]

Volleyball reaches six wins for first time since 2015 with weekend sweep

The volleyball team extended their winning streak to five with victories over Merrimack College, Delaware State University (DSU) and Siena College during the Lafayette Invitational last weekend. The Leopards have now reached six wins, the first time the program has won more than five games since 2015. “I feel like we’re riding kind of a […]

Birds of a feather: Dr. Robert Allan speaks on using pigeons as a way to understand behaviorism

Taking care of animals can be a demanding task, something Dr. Robert Allan knows far too well. Several days of the week, Allan wakes up early in the morning to drive to the college from New York City in order to take care of the pigeons he believes are the key to understanding human behavior. […]