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一道本不卡免费高清Any visitor to Sacred Heart’s Chapel of the Holy Spirit is struck by its artistry. There is symbolism everywhere you look, beautifully portraying spirituality, compassion and God’s love. Look, for example, at the magnificent mosaic on the back wall. David Coppola, SHU’s senior vice president of administration and planning, recently called attention to a portion of it during an event marking the chapel’s 10th anniversary. He noted the placement of Jesus’ hand in relation to Eve. Jesus is pulling Eve up, toward his sacred heart, Coppola said—the ultimate sign of compassion and love. The scene expresses the joys, hopes, grief and anguish of people today.
At Sacred Heart University’s final Heart Challenges Hate lecture, the audience heard a demoralizing fact for women: “We have lived in a patriarchal society for all of our lives, and despite a woman’s right to vote, misogynistic views and actions are far from obliteration,” said psychology professor Christina Taylor. Taylor joined theology professor June-Ann Greeley for the lecture, “Hating Women—It’s Been Around a Long Time!” which explored feminism, both past and modern, as well as the history and origin of sexism and misogyny.
Sacred Heart University’s art & design department has an exciting new exhibit in its gallery focusing on augmented reality (AR or [AR]T) curated by Jon Walker, associate professor. The exhibit, entitled The Augmentists, presents a new art form and mass medium that combines various media to augment a work and deliver an experience impossible through traditional design, art and media. AR is a technology that superimposes a computer-generated animated experience on a user's view of the real world. AR is forming an entirely new medium, providing a composite view previously unseen. Associate Professor Mary Treschitta, chair of the art & design department, calls it a new way to look at art.