April 1, 2021
Roberto Mata spoke at Harvard's ReVista Launch with the theme of religion and spirituality.
March 11, 2021
Tom Plante encourages others to help one another to relieve stress during these unprecedented times.
March 4, 2021
Robin Nelson explores how both theory production and a legacy of race mythmaking in biological anthropology have constrained interpretations of who constitutes kin across our species.
March 2, 2021
Rohit Chopra wrote an article about how Indian-Americans can be anti-Trump but also pro-Modi,
Ryan Anderson weighs in on the rise of tourism on Palomar Mountain and the birth of western tourism.
February 22, 2021
Nancy Unger weighs in on women who are killed for their environmental activism and women's prominence in the movement.
February 3, 2021
Tim Myers wrote an opinion piece on how inauguration day gave him and his family hope for democracy.
Di Di looked at how national religious context shaped the interaction between religiosity and gender attitudes.
Theatre & Dance
January 27, 2021
Mountain View-based Pear Theatre’s production of “Fairfield” – Eric Coble’s contemporary comedy that examines the personal bias inherent in discerning appropriate from inappropriate – opened online last week and is slated to run through Feb. 21. Aldo Billingslea and Sinjin Jones, Pear’s artistic director, serve as co-directors of the play, presented as a prerecorded video.