ARTICLES BY Jennifer Brookland

  • December 15, 2016
    At two in the morning, Becky Holmes ’15 straightens her aching back and shoulders, rounded for the past few hours over the too-low steel of her food prep table, and starts to dance. The lime walls and stainless steel racks of the borrowed commercial kitchen space in Raleigh are a silent and familiar audience: The dance major spends at least sixty hours each week in their company.
  • March 14, 2016
    The only signs of the splendor that was Vulci, Italy, are the network of tombs, the abandoned foundation of a grand temple, and the ruins that now dot the fields of swaying grass.Students in classical studies professor Maurizio Forte’s archaeology courses don’t have to imagine what this once-great Etruscan city looked like at its peak in the sixth century BCE. They can walk right into it in virtual reality.
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