November 19, 2019
The College of Liberal Arts announces that its Center of Digital Humanities Research is the new home of the New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare series from the Modern Language Association.
November 15, 2019
International Day for Tolerance highlights how diversity, inclusion, and a welcoming climate are the foundations for any community to thrive. A communication professor examines how diversity and inclusion shape us as Aggies.
November 12, 2019
Law-and-order or conspiracy? How political parties frame the impeachment battle will help decide Trump’s fate
Democrats and Republicans are speaking about impeachment with dramatically different language. The winner of this frame war will succeed in shaping how Americans understand the impeachment inquiry.
As we close in on the Vision 2020 campaign, Charles Gregory ‘64 reflects on the importance of supporting the liberal arts to place Texas A&M among top ranked public universities.
November 8, 2019
In the past several weeks, the College of Liberal Arts has highlighted two of our first-generation college students in our Freshman Innovation Group (FIG) blog. As a recap on First-Generation College Student Day, we re-explore their experiences and journeys at Texas A&M.
November 5, 2019
Years after graduating, two former political science students make a difference in their big cities. From working on Hispanic voter outreach to investigating international affairs, these graduates are movers and shakers in the government sector.
October 31, 2019
Halloween exists beyond symbols of “Boo!” and scary movies. Two professors in the College of Liberal Arts trace Halloween’s historical and cultural beginnings and explain the concept of “liminal spaces” in our world and that of the ancients.
October 29, 2019
It’s the end of October, which for many people means haunted houses and horror movies. We sat down with Stephen Maren of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, to ask the question: Why do we find putting ourselves in fearful situations so alluring?
October 25, 2019
October is National Book Month, and the College of Liberal Arts will be celebrating all month long! For our last feature we talked with historian Elizabeth Cobbs about the national conversation surrounding Harriet Tubman and why American history is needed now more than ever.
October 24, 2019
The College of Liberal Arts is proud to present our most recent video about the nautical archaeology program.