Changzhe Xu’s senior art show “A Thesis Exhibition” features delicate woodwork, ink prints, and Chinese calligraphy in Packard Hall. Photo by Vivian Nguyen ’20
Mary Bach ’21 and students who participated in a block break spiritual retreat in Crestone, Colorado, near the Baca Campus stop to hug at tree together at one of the spiritual centers they visited. Photo by Patil Khakhamian ’22
Bridge Scholar Tehya Watson ’21 and others who are on the Costa Rica trip leader track, went to the CC Cabin for their assistant leader training in February. Photo by Chidera Ikpeamarom ’22
Mateo Parsons ’19 hammers down a stake to help CC’s Native American Student Union members and facilities employees put up the NASU tipi on the newly named Tava Quad for the CC powwow in March. Photo by Vivian Nguyen ’20
Hip hop artist Talib Kweli performs for students for students at the Kathryn Mohrman Theatre after a discussion with Professor Michael Sawyer about activism in hip-hop. This is the inaugural event in the Africana Intellectual Project’s series entitled “Black Art(s): Radical Potentialities”. The ambition of the series is to broaden the traditional definition of “art” and use that expanded territory to examine the potential for various practices to serve as components of a project of radical political, social, and cultural change and exchange. Photo by Vivian Nguyen ’20.