WP Magazine

The Art of Leading A University

President Richard J. Choreographs a Strategic Vision for William Paterson

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Merging East And West

Professor Zhiyuan Cong Creates Art at the Crossroads

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Traveling the Globe to Navigate a World of Feelings

English Professor Cris Beam Examines Empathy in Her New Book

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Breaking The Fourth Wall

Tony Award-Winning Producer Jim Kierstead, MA ’11, on the Business of Broadway

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Distinguished Lectured Series

Celebrates 40 Years of Exceptional Programs

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Nancy Laracy ’88

Reveals Her Healing Journey With A Pet Rabbit

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Fall 2018

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WP Magazine features stories that explore contemporary issues through the work of WPUNJ faculty, students, and alumni. We love to hear your feedback. You can read the current issue online.

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The Nature of Music

William Paterson music faculty members, students, and alumni spread out along the Red Trail in High Mountain Park Preserve on October 7 for a performance of composer Robert Morris’s immersive, interactive composition, “Oracle.” The piece, designed to explore the connection between music and nature, is meant to be performed in a natural setting. “This was a rare opportunity for people to experience music in a different setting,” says Payton MacDonald, a percussionist and professor of music, who organized the event.

Clockwise from top left: Lauren Fowler-Calisto, assistant professor of music; Elizabeth Tieu, sophmore, music education; Joseph Butz, freshman, music education; Caleb Rumley '14, MM '16, and Matt Jaekel, junior, music studies

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