Shayleah Jenkins ’22 reviews her experience watching “Good Cuban Girls” a play-in-progress set to debut in the spring.
Matthew Ridley ’19 attended reading by Anne Carson with pieces like “string talks” and “Fate, Federal Court, and Moon.”
Last semester, Colin Battis ’21 conducted an interview with “Asian/America” Student Seminar leaders Rebecca Chang ’19 and Liana Shallenberg ’19.
Matthew Ridley ’19 reviews Raquel Aguayo’s ’19 show “Post-Maria” navigating scenes of disaster aftermath in Puerto Rico, exploring questions of visibility and recognition.
Matthew Ridley ’19 reviews “Lost in the Woods,” a mini-opera by Christopher Shultis, sung by Stacey Adrian, and accompanied by the Akros Percussion Collective.
Eniola Ajao ’21 reviews her experience at Guadalupe Rosales’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit “Legends Never Die: A Collective Memory.”
Julia Coletti ’21 recounts her experience at a filmmaking workshop led by Kelly Gallagher, DIY artist and storyteller.
Andrew Nguyen ’19 reviews “The Owl, the Lion, and the Dragon,” an exhibition in VCAM by Isa Siegel ’19.
Shayleah Jenkins ’21 reviews a film on gene therapy presented by Haverford’s Biology Film Series, discussing its benefits and setbacks as a treatment.
Federico Perelmuter ’21 reflects on Dr. James Hughes talk, sponsored by the Hurford Center Student Seminar on AI.