The Williams Record

Bellamy Richardson, Senior Writer

Bellamy Richardson ’23 is an English major and Jewish studies concentrator from New York, N.Y. She is now a senior writer and served as a managing editor for the spring and fall of 2022. She previously served as the executive editor for features and as a section editor for the features section.

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All content by Bellamy Richardson
Sawyer’s hidden gem: Students record, produce music in Studio 275

Sawyer’s hidden gem: Students record, produce music in Studio 275

Bellamy Richardson March 14, 2023
Students record music, podcasts, and videos in Studio 275, which is run by Events, Classroom, and Studio Support Specialist Patrick Gray Jr. 
The job listing for a new Health Center director was posted about a month ago. (Photo courtesy of Shirley Lin.)

College to hire new Health Center director through Berkshire Health Systems

Bellamy Richardson December 7, 2022
Director of Medical Services Deb Flynn will retire at the end of March, and following her departure, the College will appoint a new director from Berkshire Health Services (BHS) to lead the Health Center. The College’s partnership with BHS will begin as a two-year pilot program.
(Bellamy Richardson/The Williams Record)

One in Two Thousand: Theo Cohen ’23

Bellamy Richardson November 16, 2022
This week, Theo Cohen ’23 discussed singing for the president of Iceland, learning Hebrew for his bar mitzvah, and practicing meditation. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
(Bellamy Richardson/The Williams Record)

Racist slurs found written into dust on cars in Whitman St. parking garage

Annie Lu and Bellamy Richardson November 9, 2022
Students discovered racial slurs written in the dust on the windshields of approximately six cars parked in the garage on Whitman Street, near the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and reported the incident to Campus Safety Services (CSS) on Saturday evening.
(Bellamy Richardson/ The Williams Record)

One in Two Thousand: Simon Huffman-Gottschling ’25

Bellamy Richardson November 1, 2022
This week, Simon Huffman-Gottschling ’25 discussed living in a flex double, working at Sawyer, and listening to jazz. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
(Cameron Pugh/The Williams Record)

College identifies perpetrator of Oct. 9 bias incident, bans them from campus

Cameron Pugh and Bellamy Richardson October 25, 2022
On Thursday, President Maud S. Mandel sent a campus-wide email updating the College community on the findings of Campus Safety Services’ (CSS) investigation into the bias incident that occurred the weekend of Oct. 8-9.
(Bellamy Richardson / The Williams Record)

One in Two Thousand: Oliver Cohen ’23

Bellamy Richardson October 25, 2022
This week, Oliver Cohen ’23 discussed listening to Taylor Swift’s new album, playing on the club volleyball team, and moving to New York City after graduation. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Jonathan Dely ’15 has performed with his band at Lincoln Center three times. (Photo courtesy of Jonathan Dely.)

Jonathan Dely ’15 performs at the Clark

Bellamy Richardson October 18, 2022
When Jonathan Dely ’15 started his first year at the College, he had no idea that he would one day be a professional jazz musician or that he would come back to Williamstown to perform at the Clark Art Institute with a band of musicians from all over the world.
(Cameron Pugh/The Williams Record)

Confederate graffiti found on Soldiers Monument

Bellamy Richardson and Cameron Pugh October 11, 2022
On Sunday morning, a local resident reported racist graffiti on the Soldiers Monument outside Griffin Hall to Campus Safety Services (CSS), President Maud S. Mandel wrote in a campus-wide email on Monday which alerted the College community to the bias incident. 
Class of 2026 makes history as largest first-year class

Class of 2026 makes history as largest first-year class

Amina Naidjate and Bellamy Richardson September 27, 2022
The target size for an incoming class is 550 students, according to Dean of Admissions Liz Creighton ’01 — but the Class of 2026 is currently composed of 577 students, making it the largest first-year class in the College’s history. This increase in first-year students has inevitably affected many aspects of student life, including the entry system, dorm allocation, and EphVentures.
During a media day for the women’s soccer team, Dabinett took photos of her former teammates, including her former entry-mate Indira Thodiyil ’25. (Photos courtesy of Olivia Dabinett.)

Olivia Dabinett ’25 shares passion for photography, takes on new media job with women’s soccer team

Bellamy Richardson September 27, 2022

Olivia Dabinett ’25 loves sports — whether it’s playing on the soccer field or capturing action shots of athletes during a game. After deciding to stop playing on the women’s soccer team...

Four in Two Thousand: Joey Fox ’21, Sofie Jones ’22, Irene Loewenson ’22, and Kevin Yang ’22

Four in Two Thousand: Joey Fox ’21, Sofie Jones ’22, Irene Loewenson ’22, and Kevin Yang ’22

Bellamy Richardson May 10, 2022
For the last regular issue of the spring semester, current managing editor Bellamy Richardson ’23 sat down the former Record management team — with Fox on Zoom — to discuss their experiences leading the Record online-only last spring and returning to print last fall.
Photo courtesy of Williams College English Department.

College remembers late Professor of English Walter Johnston

Bellamy Richardson May 10, 2022
Former Visiting Professor of English Walter Johnston passed away on Jan. 12 at the age of 41.
Professor Andrea Danyluk, who was the first woman hired into the computer science faculty at the College, died on March 3. (Photo courtesy of the Williams Office of Communications.)

College remembers late computer science professor Andrea Danyluk

Bellamy Richardson April 26, 2022
Professor of Computer Science Emerita Andrea Danyluk died on March 3 at the age of 59 after a long battle against pancreatic cancer.
College to launch nation’s first all-grant financial aid program

College to launch nation’s first all-grant financial aid program

Kitt Urdang, Tali Natter, and Bellamy Richardson April 13, 2022
The College will eliminate all loans, required work study, and summer earnings contributions from all students’ financial aid packages effective fall 2022, becoming the first institution of higher education in the United States to do so, excluding military and work colleges.
‘Pioneer Williams women’: Female students’ experiences studying at the College before coeducation

‘Pioneer Williams women’: Female students’ experiences studying at the College before coeducation

Bellamy Richardson and Lucy Walker March 15, 2022
The College didn’t fully welcome women until 1971, when the institution officially became coed. Yet there’s a lesser-known history of women learning at the College long before co-education was ever on the horizon — women who studied alongside male students but did not receive degrees until years or decades later, if they received a degree at all
Hormonious Flo is a new app that offers an AI menstrual health coach that provides personalized suggestions based on the user’s age, cycle, and symptoms. (Image courtesy of Sasha Cayward.)

Sasha Cayward ’22 launches new menstrual health app

Bellamy Richardson March 9, 2022
At the end of this month, Sasha Cayward ’22 and co-founder Alexis Abayomi will launch their new app, “Hormonious Flo,” which provides an AI menstrual health coach.
Antisemitic, racist flyers found in books in Sawyer

Antisemitic, racist flyers found in books in Sawyer

Bellamy Richardson and Julia Goldberg February 23, 2022
Copies of an antisemitic and racist flyer were found in history books in Sawyer Library on Feb. 15. After consulting the Libraries leadership team as well as Campus Safety Services (CSS) and the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (OIDEI), Director of Libraries Jonathan Miller posted a sign in the Sawyer Library entrance condemning the flyers, which were made to look like Confederate States of America currency, and asking members of the College community to bring them to the library’s Access Services Desk if found.
Photo courtesy of Lemmy Evans.

Two in Two Thousand: Lemmy Evans ’23 and Petros Markopoulos ’23

Bellamy Richardson February 16, 2022
In honor of Valentine’s Day, the Record brings you its annual profile of a campus couple. This year, the Record interviewed Lemmy Evans ’23 and Petros Markopoulos ’23. I caught up with them to discuss how they appreciate each other’s cultures, their memories of cooking together, and their advice for fellow Ephs on Valentine’s Day. 
This Week in Williams History:  First female dean, Rock Fan removal, Paresky grand opening

This Week in Williams History: First female dean, Rock Fan removal, Paresky grand opening

Bellamy Richardson and Lucy Walker February 9, 2022
This week in history, the College appointed its first female dean, removed the infamous Rock Fan from in front of Chapin Hall, and debuted the Paresky Center.
You’ve been summoned for jury duty — now what?

You’ve been summoned for jury duty — now what?

Bellamy Richardson January 26, 2022
If you live in Massachusetts for at least 50 percent of the year, you are eligible for jury duty, which means most students at the College are eligible and required to serve in response to a summons. But what happens when a busy college student actually gets summoned for jury duty?
College announces first week of Winter Study to be held remotely, students to quarantine upon arrival

College announces first week of Winter Study to be held remotely, students to quarantine upon arrival

Ella Marx, Tali Natter, Bellamy Richardson, and Kitt Urdang December 30, 2021
The first week of classes and events during Winter Study will be held remotely, and students will quarantine in their dorm rooms upon arrival to campus until they receive one negative COVID-19 test result, President Maud S. Mandel announced in an all-campus email this morning. 
The College announced a change to twice weekly COVID testing for all students, which will take place on the second floor of Greylock Hall. (Kent Barbir/The Williams Record)

College announces stricter COVID policies for Winter Study

Tali Natter and Bellamy Richardson December 21, 2021
Winter Study will be held on campus with tighter COVID-19 restrictions, Dean of the College Marlene Sandstrom announced in an all-campus email this afternoon.
This week in Williams history: Stolen computer, PeopleSoft, bookstore plans

This week in Williams history: Stolen computer, PeopleSoft, bookstore plans

Bellamy Richardson, Lindsay Wang, and Justin Zen December 8, 2021
This week in history, the College suspended a student for stealing a computer, launched its new PeopleSoft system, and received support for its own bookstore.
Emma Levy ’20 (left) visited the College for Homecoming and got to see her friend, Cassidy Pawul ’22 (right). (Photo courtesy of Emma Levy.)

A long-awaited Homecoming: Class of 2020 returns to campus

Bellamy Richardson and Lindsay Wang November 10, 2021
The Class of 2020 had its senior spring cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, but this weekend, many members of the class came back to campus for Homecoming. Members of the Class of 2020 were able to enjoy a day back in the place they called home pre-pandemic.
The Sustainable Living Lab partnered with the Zilkha Center to host a sustainable Cider Day on Oct. 2. (Photo courtesy of Huijun Huang.)

TAPSI housing begins with single sustainability-themed house

Bellamy Richardson November 2, 2021
The first Theme/Affinity/Program/Special Interest (TAPSI) house for upperclass students is the Sustainable Living Lab in Hubbell House. Despite difficulties in applying for and implementing affinity housing, members of the community are hopeful for a future where affinity housing becomes more prevalent and accessible.
(Bellamy Richardson/The Williams Record)

One in Two Thousand: Julian Speyer ’24

Bellamy Richardson October 26, 2021
This week, the computer (using a script in R) chose Julian Speyer ’24, who talked about his gap year, his WCFM radio show, and acceptable slang.
Bellamy Richardson/The Williams Record

One in Two Thousand: Tajis Lyn ’25

Bellamy Richardson October 19, 2021
This week, the computer (using a script in R) chose Tajis Lyn ’25, who talked about his family’s farm, playing on an intramural soccer team, and competing in “Super Smash Bros” tournaments.
This week in Williams history: Mission arson, Coming Out Week, fecal cleanups

This week in Williams history: Mission arson, Coming Out Week, fecal cleanups

Bellamy Richardson, Lindsay Wang, and Justin Zen October 19, 2021
“This Week in Williams History” is a column dedicated to looking back at memorable moments in the College’s past through articles in the Record. This week in history, the College dealt with an act of arson in the Mission parking lot, celebrated National Coming Out Week, and cleaned up a series of bio-crimes.
CSS confiscated Curren Flaherty’s tea kettle during room checks but left behind the power base. (Photo courtesy of Curren Flaherty.)

‘A sea of kettles’: What happens to items CSS confiscates for fire safety

Bellamy Richardson September 28, 2021
Students parted ways with their tea kettles, rice cookers, hot plates, and heating lamps on Sept. 22 as members of CSS entered dorms to perform routine room checks.
This Week in Williams History: Frat reforms, library flasher, Forbert concert, Noam Chomsky

This Week in Williams History: Frat reforms, library flasher, Forbert concert, Noam Chomsky

Bellamy Richardson September 21, 2021
“This Week in Williams History” is a column dedicated to looking back at memorable moments in the College’s past through articles in the Record. This week in history, Phi Delta Theta became the last fraternity on campus to end overtly racist and antisemitic fraternity rushing practices, an alleged flasher was chased by police outside Sawyer library, and Noam Chomsky visited the College.
Kirsten Rose ’94 competed on Jeopardy! in 2019. (Photo courtesy of Kirsten Rose.)

Three Ephs reflect on ‘Jeopardy!’ experiences

Bellamy Richardson April 21, 2021
Mike Furlanetto ’93, Kirsten Rose ’94, and Zach Safford ’09 have all shown off their trivia skills on Jeopardy! — Safford twice, almost a decade apart. These three alums spoke to the Record about their time on the show.
Seven sophomores picked into Mission this semester. From left to right: Brian Hernandez ’23, Mariana Hernandez ’23, Shiara Pyrrhus ’23, Hector Hernandez ’23, Kenneth Chiu ’23, Karla Mercedes ’23, and Morin Tinubu ’23. (Photo courtesy of Karla Mercedes.)

A re-entry experience: Non-JA upperclass students live in first-year housing

Bellamy Richardson March 31, 2021
Due to this year’s pod system, some JAs chose to pull in non-JA, non-first-year friends to live in their pods. Additionally, other non-JA upperclass students — who were remote in the fall like Karla Mercedes '23 — were able to pick into some unoccupied rooms in Mission.
March 11, 2021 marks one year since the announcement of the campus shutdown due to COVID-19. (Graphic by Devika Goel.)

Students reflect on the year when COVID changed everything

One year ago this week, students received an email from President Maud S. Mandel that announced the campus closure and the transition to remote learning. That week, students wept, partied, spent time with friends, and said many goodbyes.
Students volunteered remotely for local Berkshire nonprofits and businesses over winter break. (Hannah Bae/The Williams Record)

Lehman, CLiA launch remote support program for local businesses

Bellamy Richardson February 17, 2021
Over the extended winter break, 45 students participated in the Remote Support Program, an entirely online community service project organized by Lehman Community Engagement Vice President Allison Li ’22.5.
Free University participation surges with cancellation of Winter Study

Free University participation surges with cancellation of Winter Study

Bellamy Richardson January 23, 2021
Founded in the 1980s, the Free University Winter Study program organizes classes taught by students for students. This year, the program offers 48 unique courses — a 41 percent increase from last year’s 34 courses — which are being attended by over 600 people in the College community.
This semester in Williams history

This semester in Williams history

Bellamy Richardson and Jacob Posner December 9, 2020
For the sake of posterity, and to provide a chance to reflect, the Record put together a recap of its coverage during this unusual semester.
The Artist Otherwise Known As: Joel Nicholas ’23

The Artist Otherwise Known As: Joel Nicholas ’23

Bellamy Richardson December 9, 2020
Joel Nicholas '23 composes electronic songs, using the software Logic, that fall into a wide range of genres.
It’s not during Winter Study this year: Students perform at I/O New Music Festival throughout fall semester

It’s not during Winter Study this year: Students perform at I/O New Music Festival throughout fall semester

Bellamy Richardson November 18, 2020
On Friday at 7:30 p.m., the I/O ensemble performed four works of classical contemporary music in a program titled Away for a small invited audience in Chapin Hall, while almost 40 viewers watched on a YouTube live-stream.
Jim Reische: The man behind the administration’s COVID-19 updates

Jim Reische: The man behind the administration’s COVID-19 updates

Bellamy Richardson November 11, 2020
With COVID-19 changing and formalizing so many aspects of campus life, Chief Communications Officer Jim Reische decided he wanted to make the administration’s all-campus emails sound a bit more human this year. His first step: making us laugh.
What Mountain Day will look like in a pandemic

What Mountain Day will look like in a pandemic

Bellamy Richardson October 7, 2020
Every October, students start hypothesizing about which of the first three Fridays of the month will be Mountain Day, but this year, many were unsure if Mountain Day would even happen due to COVID-19. However, after months of planning for a pandemic-safe day of hiking and getting outdoors, many Mountain Day traditions live on, with a few key changes.
Frosh Quad entries now divided by floor

Frosh Quad entries now divided by floor

Bellamy Richardson September 23, 2020
New this year, Frosh Quad entries are organized by floor. These five entries are now called Sage 1-2, Sage 3-4, Williams 0-1, Williams 2 and Williams 3-4.
Eight JAs step down to study remotely or take time off

Eight JAs step down to study remotely or take time off

Bellamy Richardson September 16, 2020
In a normal year, only one or two Junior Advisors (JAs) choose to step down from their role after accepting it. But due to campus restrictions and the option to study remotely or take time off, eight students decided to step down in July, days after the deadline to enroll on campus.
JAs push for first-year affinity spaces

JAs push for first-year affinity spaces

Bellamy Richardson July 8, 2020

As the College prepares for an in-person fall semester, a large majority of Junior Advisors (JAs) is pressing the College administration to implement changes to the entry system for the 2020-21 academic...

First Days, entry system, JA role modified for fall semester

First Days, entry system, JA role modified for fall semester

Bellamy Richardson July 7, 2020

With the College’s decision to welcome students back for an in-person but socially distanced fall semester will inevitably come changes to first-year student traditions, including EphVentures, the entry...

Seniors celebrate graduation off-campus

Seniors celebrate graduation off-campus

Bellamy Richardson and Jacob Posner May 23, 2020
While an in-person commencement for the class of 2020 has officially been pushed to an unknown future date, some seniors, including Ennis and his friends, are making their own plans to celebrate their graduation off-campus in the weeks to come.
Faculty on sabbatical change plans due to COVID-19

Faculty on sabbatical change plans due to COVID-19

Bellamy Richardson May 6, 2020
Through all of her 28 years at the College, Professor of Political Science Cathy Johnson knows the ins and outs of the sabbatical. She, like many seasoned professors, has gone on more than she can count. But Johnson’s current sabbatical has proven to be different from the rest.
Love in the time of COVID-19

Love in the time of COVID-19

Bellamy Richardson and Tali Natter April 29, 2020
Since the campus closure, many student couples have had to trade dates at Images and Blue Mango for virtual Netflix parties and FaceTime baking. From first-years who have just begun dating, to seniors who are planning their post-college lives together, all Williams couples — even those in quarantine together — are adapting their relationships to find the best ways to be together while apart.
JA excursions revamped into one-on-one video calls

JA excursions revamped into one-on-one video calls

Bellamy Richardson April 29, 2020
At this point in the school year, Junior Advisors (JAs) to the next year’s freshman class would typically be in the midst of JA excursions, or “dates,” with the goal of determining who they want to work with in a co-group next year. JA dates usually entail meeting up with a group of three to six JAs and doing an activity on campus together. However, due to most students being off campus as a result of COVID-19, these excursions look very different this year.
One in Two Thousand: Will McCormick ’23

One in Two Thousand: Will McCormick ’23

Bellamy Richardson April 29, 2020
We randomly select unixes from a list of all current students at the College for our weekly One in Two Thousand. So long as the owner of a selected unix is willing to be interviewed and not a member of the Record board, that person becomes the subject of our interview. For this week, the computer (using a script in R) chose Will McCormick ’23, who is at home in Brookline, Mass.
How staff at the College prepared for the changes that came with campus closure

How staff at the College prepared for the changes that came with campus closure

Jeongyoon Han, Bellamy Richardson, and Saud Afzal April 15, 2020
With President of the College Maud S. Mandel’s March 11 decision to bring normal College operations to a halt, staff at the College faced one of the biggest tasks in their entire careers: shutting down an in-person college campus and moving 2,000 students off campus, all while keeping the College running. And it has been a task that the College had been planning far in advance of Mandel’s email.
History professors reflect on historical trends relating to COVID-19, its future significance

History professors reflect on historical trends relating to COVID-19, its future significance

Bellamy Richardson April 15, 2020
Whether we realize it or not, we are all currently living through a potentially transformational historical event. While it is difficult to gauge the future significance of the COVID-19 pandemic, a few history professors at the College are already thinking about how it will change the course of history.
The hardest decision: A look inside the weeks of deliberations that led to campus closure

“The hardest decision”: A look inside the weeks of deliberations that led to campus closure

Jeongyoon Han and Bellamy Richardson April 1, 2020

Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 4:21 p.m.: President of the College Maud S. Mandel sends an email to the entire campus community, titled, “Update: Williams prevention and preparedness measures for coronavirus.” At...

Andrew Quinn ’13 discusses career as speechwriter to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

Andrew Quinn ’13 discusses career as speechwriter to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

Bellamy Richardson February 26, 2020
Andrew Quinn ’13 did not plan on becoming a speechwriter to one of the country’s most powerful and controversial politicians when he graduated from the College seven years ago with a degree in political science. But today, he works for U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) as chief speechwriter and strategic communications director.
“The Cult” explores spirituality in nature

“The Cult” explores spirituality in nature

Bellamy Richardson February 19, 2020

BELLAMY RICHARDSON/THE WILLIAMS RECORDNoah Savage ’21, founder of the Cult, draws a rune using charcoal from the club’s first meeting. A new club at the College that calls itself “the Cult”...

One in Two Thousand: Ronni Ramos 23

One in Two Thousand: Ronni Ramos ’23

Bellamy Richardson February 12, 2020

Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College. So long as the owner of the selected unix is on campus, willing to be interviewed and not a member of the Record board,...

One in Two Thousand: Petra Baldwin 21

One in Two Thousand: Petra Baldwin ’21

Bellamy Richardson January 29, 2020

ETHAN DINÇER/THE WILLIAMS RECORD Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College. So long as the owner of the selected unix is on campus, willing to be interviewed...

Entry “4mal” combines  Paris and Fortnite

Entry “4mal” combines Paris and Fortnite

Bellamy Richardson January 29, 2020

The Armstrong-Pratt 4 entry poses for a photo before their formal. The theme was “a 4tnite in Paris.” PHOTO COURTESY OF PETROS MARKOPOULOS.  A Fortnite-themed backdrop adorned the wall of...

Local Ephs discuss experiences

Local Ephs discuss experiences

Bellamy Richardson December 6, 2019

Williamstown native Niku Darafshi ’21 works at Lickety Split, a job she has held since before college. (Photo courtesy of Niku Darafshi) Williamstown native Niku Darafshi ’21 does whatever she...

Peter Elbow ’57 reflects on development of freewriting

Bellamy Richardson November 13, 2019

“If your pencil stops moving, the room is gonna blow up. Just keep writing,” Peter Elbow ’57 said, describing the practice of “freewriting.”  Elbow pioneered freewriting in the early...

Zilkha Center starts Food Justice Week and Beyond

Zilkha Center starts Food Justice Week and Beyond

Bellamy Richardson October 30, 2019

As part of Food Justice Week and Beyond, students participated in a sustainable cooking workshop. (Ethan Dinçer/The Williams Record) Many environmentally focused events have popped up around campus...

Kristen Anderson-Lopez ’94 writes music for ‘Frozen 2’

Kristen Anderson-Lopez ’94 writes music for ‘Frozen 2’

Bellamy Richardson October 23, 2019

PHOTO COURTESY OF NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Kristen Anderson-Lopez ’94 and her husband Robert Lopez won the Best Original Song Academy Award for “Let It Go,” from the Frozen soundtrack. With Frozen...

Chess boxing: students spar with strikes and smarts

Chess boxing: students spar with strikes and smarts

Bellamy Richardson October 23, 2019

Gaston Aime ’23, Matias Enriquez ’23 and Yuichi Fukunaga ’23 prepare ramen for a club meeting. (Photo courtesy of @williamschessboxing.) This fall, Gaston Aime ’23 and Matias Enriquez ’23...

JAs receive new housing benefit

JAs receive new housing benefit

Bellamy Richardson October 23, 2019

In the 2019-2020 housing lottery, which began last week with the co-op lottery, all groups with at least one Junior Advisor (JA) will receive two pick numbers and use only the better of the two. The benefit,...

Seniors study away

Seniors study away

Bellamy Richardson October 9, 2019

Many juniors choose to take breaks from the Purple Bubble to study away and return refreshed for their senior years. But each year, a handful of seniors decide that their penultimate semester is instead...

Lour Yasin ’23 bridges East, West through unique pop music

Lour Yasin ’23 bridges East, West through unique pop music

Bellamy Richardson September 18, 2019

Photo courtesy of Tali Natter. Lour Yasin ’23 is an international musician from Palestine. A guitarist, singer and composer, Lour mixes Arabic and English as well as Eastern and Western music styles.  How...

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