From Venice, pair navigates visa confusion - News
| April 26, 2011Chicago is roughly 760 miles from Philadelphia. Yet for nearly two years, Daniel ’07, who worked in Philadelphia after graduation, and his partner Andres, who worked in Chicago, took turns to make the long journey every weekend, or at least every other weekend, to see each other.
Ramdas GS ’88 talks about gender equity issues - News
| March 29, 2011Kavita Ramdas GS ’88 spoke about gender justice in the global community before a largely female audience in Dodds Auditorium on Monday afternoon.
Waldron discusses international law, Christianity - News
| March 29, 2011Jeremy Waldron, a New York University law professor and a professor of social and political theory at Oxford, delivered a lecture on “Sovereigns, Borders and Responsibility for the World” in Lewis Library on Monday.
Cultural capital and cultural capitalism - Opinion
| November 15, 2010
Even if globalization has made it somewhat impossible to remain an isolated society in today’s world, modern politics and culture are creating new forms of cultural separation.
Davis International Center relocates offices - News
| October 20, 2010After years of relying on a patchwork of services, international students and scholars now have a central office dedicated to their needs. Over the summer, the Davis International Center moved to a new home on Alexander Street.