The festival spotlights seven films with each addressing global and contemporary issues central to the exploration of the humanities at Wabash. A grant from the FACE Foundation and Villa Albertine will bring it to campus Jan. 30 through March 27.
the Koryu Nishikawa Troupe will present, “Akutagawa,” an international puppetry collaboration based on the life and work of Ryunosuke Akutagawa, one of Japan’s most important early 20th century writers, on Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7:30 p.m.
Wabash College will host one of the nation’s foremost ecologists and conservationists when Dr. Douglas Tallamy visits campus as part of the President’s Distinguished Speaker Series. Dr. Tallamy will give a talk entitled, “Nature’s Best Hope,” on Monday, February 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Salter Hall of the Fine Arts Center.
Immersion trips take Wabash students around the globe. In this episode of the Wabash on My Mind podcast, Theater faculty member Andrea Bear and students A.J. Miller ’23, Jake Paige ’23, and Logan 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网ilbaker ’25 talk about the experience of making puppets in the Czech Republic under the watchful eyes of master craftspeople and other memorable moments of a week in Prague.