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The latest piece in the NYT interactive series on creative urban neighborhoods: the cultural highlights of downtown Toronto, by Julie Lasky ’82.

Video artist and composer Alexis Gideon ’04 created a new art form: the stop-action video opera.

The latest piece in the NYT interactive series on creative urban neighborhoods: the cultural highlights of downtown Toronto, by Julie Lasky ’82.

Video artist and composer Alexis Gideon ’04 created a new art form: the stop-action video opera.

Straddling the gap between performance art and comedy,  Adrienne Truscott ’94 presents ‘Asking for It,’ a show looking at “the ugliness of rape discourse.”

Straddling the gap between performance art and comedy,  Adrienne Truscott ’94 presents ‘Asking for It,’ a show looking at “the ugliness of rape discourse.”

“We live in a world of expanding online content – but there is something about local radio that speaks to the heart of a community,” Jessica Rosenworcel ’93, champion of the Community Radio Act.

“We live in a world of expanding online content – but there is something about local radio that speaks to the heart of a community,” Jessica Rosenworcel ’93, champion of the Community Radio Act.

After 13 years as President of Spelman College, Beverly Daniel Tatum ’75 steps down to pursue her scholarship on racial difficulties in education.

Terrance Williams ’02 founded the youth basketball group Team Scan Cardinals to provide local students a chance to turn their jump shots into scholarships. #THISISWHY

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