Staff Writer Dominic Wiharso attended Columbia’s Institute of Latin American Studies’ book presentation and roundtable where global scholars engaged in a dialogue about the book, Feminist Anthropologies in Mexico: Epistemologies, Ethics, Practices, and Diverse Looks.
Representatives from Guatemala, Chile, and Peru spoke during a Zoom session on October 29th about their aims to construct a plurinational state within Latin America.
Turn on Night Mode and spare yourself.
Whether next semester ends up being online or not, we all have a lot of Zoom meetings ahead of us before all this is over. So here’s some tips for professors, from students, to make the online learning experience as palatable as possible!
Technology is mystifying but it’s no match for flatulence.
Full disclosure: Your correspondent, Carolyn Ruvkun, lives on John Jay 11. Though she did not participate in the project described below, she is inclined to defend her floor mates and their shenanigans. On Sunday afternoon, a few badass residents of John Jay decided to construct a string-and-cup telephone between rooms on opposites sides of the […]