Do people who are Muslims, Jews or Christians ever think about the other religion's God? That's one of the questions posed in "Parables," performed April 19-22 by University Opera Theatre.
Three of his scripts were chosen for the Sacramento Film Festival.
Her study of Red River Valley flooding, as told by old oak trees, may show what happened centuries ago.
The musical offers U theater a chance to "make its name as a legitimate musical institution."
The student board of directors is dissolving in order to "reboot" the student-run theater program.
U launches groundbreaking new Ojibwe-English 'talking' dictionary.
U of M undergrad Kevin Schaul recently received a $20,000 scholarship from the Associated Press and Google to pursue new media. He's currently studying journalism and computer science.
"On one hand, it's striking that volunteering even occurs," says psychology professor Mark Snyder. Yet 1 in 3 adults do meaningful volunteer work on a sustained basis, he notes, and the United States has one of the world's highest rates of volunteerism.
Karen Ho, anthropology professor and author of "Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street," discusses Too Big To Fail, deregulation, and the culture of Wall Street on MSNBC.
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