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Celebrate the holidays Boilermaker style!
A portrait of a species on the brink of extinction, and the survival of a culture.
America’s original settlement and separation from England
Concordia University Irvine Presents a festive collection of music for the holidays.
Sounds of the season from choral, jazz and wind ensembles
Selections from "Carmen," "La Traviata," "Aida" and more.
Selections from "Carmen," "La Traviata," "Aida" and more.
A scathing indictment of politics in the "Land of Lincoln"...and it's funny too.
Students from Crane School of Music perform a concert that has become a holiday tradition
The Cathedral Choir sings beloved Christmas carols and the dean offers a hopeful message.
The fun and creativity of woodworking
A journey between bookends
A groundbreaking series featuring inspiring, authentic stories of Cherokee people, history, and culture.
In nanoseconds, the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of W.W.II forever changed the nature of warfare and how nations would relate to each other. War reached its zenith. A Commitment To Peace looks closely at how the following Cold War years were complicated by personalities, ideologies, old fears and new visions. Unlocking the secrets of the universe would be relatively easy compared to finding the formula for peace. A Commitment To Peace is illustrated with remarkable archival film and photography of nuclear weapons and testing. Featured are top nuclear physicists including Harold Agnew and Herbert York who served as directors of our top nuclear weapons labs at Los Alamos and Livermore. Also participating are top historians including Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Rhodes. Survivor of the atomic bombing in Japan, Shigeru Aoki poignantly describes the horrors he witnessed. A Commitment To Peace is extremely relevant for today as America again grapples with national defense issues. This important history provides valuable insight into the need for peace in a highly technological world. Suggested Scheduling: 2002 is the 57th anniversary of two events: July 16th, 1945 the first atomic bomb (Trinity) detonation; August 6, 1945, the dropping bomb on Hiroshima; or January 1st World Peace Day.
An intimate look at the work of Native American fine art photographer Cara Romero.
A unique blend of opera, mariachi, classical, and ranchera music