By MK SayeExecutive Staff Perhaps the most asked question of students today is, “How is this going to work?” Certainly this is a question at
Photo courtesy of Mandy Tu (C’21). By Anna PüsökExecutive Staff Mandy Tu (C’21) was first exposed to poetry because of her grandfather. “He was very
Camp Spain (C’21, second from the left) performs with The Bloody Mary Situation at Fish for Change. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Blackford (C’21). By Lilly
Prakash Wright plays the piano at the Faculty Jazz Ensemble Concert. Photo by Robert Mohr (C’21). By Robert MohrExecutive Staff “This is the first of
Students perform in Ugly Lies the Bone. Photo by Lucy Wimmer (C’20). By Lucy WimmerContributing Writer Her face and neck covered in makeup disguised as
Album art for The Slow Rush. Photo from Consequence of Sound. By Rob Mohr and Mary Katherine Saye Executive Staff MK: I didn’t really know what
By Seif SelimContributing Writer In his second war movie, the British director Sam Mendes made a brilliant WW1 film that perfectly captures trench-warfare ambiance. Mendes
Sophia Harnew-Spradley (C’22). Photo courtesy of Harnew-Spradley. By Anna PusokStaff Writer When she was seven, Sophia Harnew-Spradley’s (C’22) mother dragged her to a bluegrass festival.
Kerry Ginger. Photo courtesy of Ginger. By Erin ElliottStaff Writer On February 12, assistant professor of voice Kerry Ginger—along with accompanying pianist Zachary Zwahlen—performed “Voice
By Mandy Moe Pwint TuStaff Writer Sarah Mixon (C’21) was ten years old when she watched Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on Saturday Night Live.