Thanks to a little persistence (and a lot of hard work) Zimri Hinshaw, a 2020 CLA alumnus who majored in Economics, has secured half a million dollars in investments for his company, Bucha Leather. As part of the investments, Bucha Leather is currently taking part in New York City’s IndieBio Accelerator.
Almost three months ago, a political protest at the United States Capitol Building tragically turned violent. Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Steven Windisch explains what might have led ideologues to those disturbing ends and what the criminal justice system can do about it.
Miles Orvell, an English and American Studies professor, uses his latest book to examine how we experience American ruins through photography and other media and what their “creative destruction” means for our future.
Ted Maust, CLA 2018, is putting his Temple University Master of Arts in Public History (MAPH) degree to good use as director of Philadelphia’s Elfreth’s Alley Museum. And thanks to the contributions of some current MAPH students, he’s making the alley more accessible than ever with a podcast that engages stories of race, gender, sexuality, social class and other topics—stories often left untold at popular historical sites.