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Julie Hughes

The exhibit Beyond Borders: Stories of Im/Migration explores being “other” within American culture.

Julie Hughes,
Art & Art History


Teresa McCollough

Performed by SCU students and faculty, Eve Beglarian’s Play Like a Girl raises issues of gender justice.

Teresa McCollough,


Aldo Billingslea

Films like Romeo is Bleeding can start conversations about violence and the power to create change.

Aldo Billingslea,
Theatre & Dance

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