According to Dennis Ross, diplomat for three presidential administrations and expert on Israel-Palestine issues, peace between the two nations is further out of reach today than at any point in his 30-year efforts on the issue.
Dancers are often told they need to be versatile. Their technique must be top-notch, and they are required to train in a variety of dance styles and genres. But there is another skill that is becoming increasingly important for young dancers: the ability to choreograph.
The Chautauquan Daily photographers will present their work to the community tonight at 6 p.m. in Smith Wilkes Hall.
At 6 p.m. Wednesday in Smith Wilkes Hall, the photography staff of The Chautauquan Daily will showcase their work in a public photography exhibition and presentation.
According to Anouar Majid, Islam has not evolved from its violent origins as its fellow Abrahamic religions have because of its refusal to accept discourse or dissent from its followers.
Chris Majewski considers himself lucky. Rather than sit indoors at a desk all day, the grounds supervisor and head of heavy equipment at Chautauqua Institution has the privilege of handling dying, rotting and decomposing organic material during his workdays.
People come to Chautauqua Institution from different backgrounds, from all over the world, but their reasons for coming are usually the same: They want to learn and enrich themselves.
Treasure chests often hold beautiful items, and the Children’s School received not one, but two treasure chests full of jewels last Thursday.
Holding atypical painting tools, the pint-sized Picassos splattered red, blue, green and yellow spots onto a white canvas.
Beau Willimon arrived in Chautauqua Institution at 2 a.m. Saturday fresh from Washington, D.C., and two episodes into production on the fourth season of “House of Cards.” If he was exhausted during his lecture Saturday, it didn’t show.