“Philosophy should help us work together to make worlds together.”
Eyo Ewara PhD at Penn State Liberal Arts College
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“You know you’re a King’s grad when you start reading about film theory rather than novels.”
Shannon Brownlee Associate Director (Cinema & Media Studies); Assistant Professor - Cinema and Media Studies; Gender and Women's Studies
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“In a paradoxical and perverse way, Holocaust literature is very beautiful and affirming.”
Dorian Stuber Isabelle Peregrin Odyssey Associate Professor of English, Hendrix College, Arkansas
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“Talking about bathrooms is talking about the human condition—who has access and who doesn’t.”
Lezlie Lowe Freelance Journalist and Journalism Instructor
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“I found myself in the middle of a small-scale civil war when an election went sideways.”
Marco Chown Oved Investigative Reporter for Toronto Star
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“I like big ideas, but I also like implementing things.”
Mordecai Walfish Deputy Director at Leading Edge HQ, New York
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“The question, ‘what if’ is very important to us.”
Susan Leblanc & Alex McLean Artistic Directors of Zuppa Theatre
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“When I wrote my first full play, the sense of excitement and possibility—that you could put people in a room and get them to speak—was astonishing.”
Kate Cayley Writer
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“The Pit is really just a Petri dish for experimentation.”
Griffin McInnes Director, Playwright, Producer
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“Journalism exists for the vulnerable people who don’t have a voice.”
Sofia Ortega Freelance Video Journalist with Associated Press, Mexico
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“I am trying to change perception through story telling.”
Angel Moore Atlantic Correspondent for Aboriginal People’s Television Network
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“The best way to make change is to be part of it.”
Victoria Foley Director of Marketing, New England Cancer Specialists; City Councilor, Biddeford, Maine
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