Author: Wendy Hernandez, Staff Writer

The artist otherwise known as… Bertie Miller ’18

Bertie Miller’s ’18 art evolves almost as often as she does. It is misleading to say that this geosciences and studio art double major resides in New York, N.Y., since…

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Frankenthaler establishes order among abstraction

It is rare for an artist to find their voice in the middle of a movement, rarer still for that artist to be female. Enter Helen Frankenthaler: an anomaly among…

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Danez Smith delivers resonant poetry

“Why do I get the sense that something really racist was once said in this room?” Danez Smith said. A momentary hush fell. Then booming laughter spilled over reassuringly from…

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Off-campus jobs give students experience outside the bubble

Olivia Jackson ’17 stands with boss Jo Ellen Harrison ’71, the founder of the store Ruby Sparks. Grace Flaherty/Photo editor. It’s hard to miss Olivia Jackson ’17 beneath the gleaming…

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Images Cinema celebrates 100 years of film excellence

This 1860 photograph shows the Walden Building, now home to Images Cinema, that formerly housed one of the College’s fraternities. Photo courtesy of Images Cinema. This month, Images Cinema celebrates…

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Dining Services learns gelato-making skills

Professionals gelato chefs taught members of Dining Services how to optimize their desserts. Grace Flaherty/Photo Editor. If, like me, you’ve been in Paresky enough times to memorize the layout, you’ve…

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