by: Rachel Shirey Reviewed by: Theresa Francom and Brook Sanders The Metropolitan Museum of Art, also known as the MoMA, has taken the fine arts into new territory with their […]
Rome Reborn is a project managed by Bernard Frischer. As it says on their website, it is “an international initiative whose goal is the creation of 3D digital models illustrating the urban development of ancient Rome from the first settlement in the late Bronze Age (ca. 1000 B.C.) to the depopulation of the city in the early Middle Ages (ca. A.D. 550).” To show off their progress (currently it is version 2.2), they have made a video fly-by of the map of Rome that they have made insofar. Currently, it shows Rome in C.E. 320.
My greatest CNU memory has a terrible start but it lead me to where I am today. Throughout the first semester I became very close with two girls on my […]
Jess Kenney Peer reviewed: Rico Francis, Taylor Michalski The ability to apply digital humanities to a variety of aspects in realms like literature and film is beneficial to the growth and […]
Photo Essay by: Sydney Lee First College Friends One of the scariest things about college is finding your people. My mom told me horror stories about how her first […]
By: Noah D. Scher Peer Reviewed by: For our final project for our Intro to Digital Humanities class, we decided to talk about various memories we had about Christopher Newport […]
Fall semester 2017 was a very interesting semester for Teresa and I. We both were returning from semesters abroad, and the last thing we wanted to do was take some […]