Organizations use social media as a tool for interacting with the public. Nowhere could this goal be more useful and helpful than in the health industry. In medicine, hospitals and health care organizations try to leverage social media for outreach
In an era ruled by a dictatorship, Madrid’s youth emerged as a force for democracy and resistance. In Antiauthoritarian Youth Culture in Francoist Spain (Bloomsbury Press, 2018), Louie Dean Valencia-Garcia, assistant professor of history, explores the role of young people
A lot of what we know about Gandhi’s early life is generally pulled from autobiographical accounts. Unfortunately, these sources describing his life stories are problematic because they are told by a potentially unreliable narrator–namely, Gandhi himself. In a new article, “The
A college campus is a place where students explore and celebrate their identities. It’s where they get involved, and find out who they are and what matters most. Such was the case for Russell Boyd, recent graduate from the Public
Daisy Jaimez recalls the moment when an eleven-year-old student asked her in Spanish, “Ms. Daisy, how do you say that word?” She was teaching poetry to a group of first-generation seventh-graders from Spanish-speaking homes. For many, the English language comes easy.
The College of Liberal Arts is not only home to great academics, but also helpful students ready to give advice and recommendations. Two such students–Patrick Grainger and Sara Moya–volunteered to answer questions about their experiences as students in the College