by Yumika Hamada
The lyrics of Neil Young’s “Ohio” reflect the anger and sorrow of anti-war protesters about the Kent State shootings of May 1970.
by Rachel Everett, Yuka Goto, Mayuko Noguchi, Daichi Sugai, and Maisoue Yang
A video documentary looking at advertising, film and photography, art and architecture in the 1920s
Written by Shiori Hamasako
I have always had a longing for this western part of the world, known as the sanctuary of beauty, art, great food, and historical buildings.
by Hope Schaeffer
Robert Lowell (1917-1977) was an ardent political activist and taught at Boston University but is perhaps best known as one of the initiators of the confessional poetry movement during the mid-20th century.
By Yu Kuriyama
Many Japanese people like to wear yukata at firework festivals, community fairs, bon dance festivals, and other events.
Reviewed by Kana Kobayashi
Believing in ourselves, even if what we want is impossible, and having courage and confidence make us stronger.
by Nagisa Kurihara
Thinking about studying English in another country? This series will interview students from Eibei and other departments about their experiences studying abroad.
by Shiori Hamasako
“Get To Know Your Professors” is a series of articles to introduce our fantastic teachers on campus. Teachers talk about their teaching experience, Japanese culture, and their home town. Shirori Hamasako talks to Alun Davies.