Last week, CACS hosted the Global Lives Project, an interactive video project that focuses on cultivating empathy across cultures. The project curates a collection of films that capture the lives of people around the world. Eight television screens were set up in the cafeteria, each displaying images from twenty-four hours of people’s lives from different countries and cultures. Students watched as others slept, ate, played, and went about their lives, discussing the diversity of the human experience while they ate lunch together. To explore the images yourself, check out the project’s video collection.