Women writers explore different facets of their creative drive and the writing process.
Syracuse University students get a lesson in what artists do from Kurt Vonnegut’s 1994 graduation speech.
by Alexa Buffington
“The Art of Perception” is a groundbreaking, museum-based seminar developed by Amy Herman that uses fine art analytical methods to strengthen general observation skills.
by Christian Williams
Fascinating associations abound in Peter Mettler’s documentary about how we perceive time.
The peculiar and artistic structures of the male bowerbird suggest a link between beauty and biology.
Before Janis, before punk, She, the raunchiest of 60's girl groups, were ready to scandalize the nation.
Katie Haegele makes linguistics fun and personable in "Slip of the Tongue."
Something as simple as morning coffee, and the word “pizzazz,” can stir up memories of childhood.