Check out the views from the Skylounge at 1 University Circle while enjoying a monthly evening lecture featuring distinguished CWRU faculty and laypeople. Wine and appetizers included.
Excavations have been underway at the ancient Greek and Roman city of Morgantina for over sixty years. Throughout that time, a near-uncountable amount of data has been acquired describing the architecture, artifacts, and people.
This talk is about the secret origins of Superman in Cleveland, and how the character began as an autobiography for two teenagers during the Great Depression who would go on to live out the highs and lows of the American dream. Given by Brad Ricca, author of the book Super Boys, winner of the Ohioana Book Award and a Cleveland Arts Prize.
The passage of so-called “Heartbeat Bills” in several states, and outright abortion bans in other states, puts the future of Roe v Wade into question. Jessie Hill, who is the Judge Ben C.
The evolution and psychology of compassion and awe are engaged in processual models of human interaction with the natural world and other species. Both have important implications for human health in everyday behavioral practice and in clinical settings.