Federico Perelmuter ’21 describes the opening reception of the Legacy of Lynching Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit.
Shayleah Jenkins ’22 reviews Music and Arts House’s annual music taster event introducing and celebrating student artists and musicians to the community.
Colin Battis ’21 sits down with Professor of Religion and Hurford Center Director Ken Koltun-Fromm to discuss his time at Haverford and adjusting into a new position.
Colin Battis ’21 interviews Student Research Assistant Drew Cunningham ’20 about his experience working with Assistant Professor Lindsay Reckson on preparing the Legacy of Lynching gallery opening.
Matthew Ridley ’19 reflects on a riveting experience at a reading by renowned author Victor Lavalle.
Federico Perelmuter ’21 recaps a talkback hosted by Professor Imke Brust on the Czech film The Firemen’s Ball, an absurdist comedy from 1968.
Bilge Yilmaz ’21 dreams about plant friends, and visiting instructor Sam Cusumano’s September VCAM exhibition.
Andrew Nguyen ’19 reflects on the Invitation to Paradise exhibit opening at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery.
Matthew Ridley ’19 reflects on the VCAM Maker Space workshop on laser-cutting and printmaking, co-led by Fine Arts professor Hee Sook Kim, Fine Arts assistant Shannon Murphy, and Maker Space technician Kent Watson.
This year’s Decentered editors introduce themselves.