Lyceum Spotlights American Renaissance Man
The Kohlenberg Lyceum Series continues Nov. 1 with a tribute to American signer, actor and political activist Paul Robeson.
Robeson graduated as valedictorian from Rutgers University in 1919. He received a law degree from Columbia University and passed the New York State Bar in 1922. He was the first African-American lawyer hired by a New York law firm.
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Life is Art
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For 31 years, Ron Rybkowski has been a fixture in the Theatre Department, however, casual fans of Truman productions can be forgiven if that sometimes slips their minds. Rybkowski does not long for the spotlight but relishes in helping others succeed.
A Way to Pass the Time
“There’s just something awesome about taking something tattered, torn, used, forgotten – these baseballs that have definitely seen better days, ones that most coaches would just throw away – and just turning them into beautiful pieces of art.”