The Japanese koto, a 13-string long zither that originated in China and was brought to Japan in the 8th century, will be spotlighted in a concert at Eastern Kentucky University on Wednesday, Nov. 12.
“Colonialism,” said Dr. Audra Simpson, “is often thought of as something of the past, something that is now over. It is rarely imagined as a process that is still ongoing.”
Eastern Kentucky University will host the 29th annual Kentucky Music Educators Association Marching Band Championships on Saturday, Nov. 1.
Greg Gorbett, associate professor in the Department of Fire Protection and Paramedicine Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University,has been selected to serve as a member of the Crime Scene/Death Investigation Scientific Area Committee’s (SAC’s) Fire Scene and Explosives Subcommittee within the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC).
Eastern Kentucky University’s Dance Theatre will present its fall concert Nov. 12-15 in O’Donnell Hall of the Whitlock Building.
“Too often in higher education,” Michael Benson said, “we become accustomed to saying that things cannot be done, or this or that cannot be tried.
“I say that we cannot afford to remain static, nor do we have the luxury of being anything but bold and audacious.”
Just as it did with Elkhorn City a year ago, Eastern Kentucky University is partnering with the City of Paintsville to help the Johnson County seat earn designation as a Kentucky Trail Town.
The surrounding hillsides ablaze with autumn colors, dreary skies and a chilling breeze beckoned late afternoon rain showers.
A member of the College of Education faculty at Eastern Kentucky University has been inducted into the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame.
Enlightenment philosopher David Hume, paraphrasing Epicurus, once wrote, “Is he (God) willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is impotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Whence then is evil?”