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Reel critic: ‘Atlantics’

Reel critic: 'Atlantics'

By JOHN VAALER

February 27, 2020

The latest installment in the Hirschfield International Film Series, Mati Diop's clever futuristic film delivers romance, social commentary and action.

‘In Search of Air: Growing Up Dyslexic’

Winfield’s work draws on her own experience with learning disability in the classroom.

By ARIADNE WILL

February 20, 2020

Assistant Professor of Dance Lida Winfield speaks out about learning disabilities through her performance.

Debussy: Antidote to a cold Vermont Valentine’s

Debussy: Antidote to a cold Vermont Valentine's

By JOHN VAALER

February 20, 2020

Last weekend's faculty recital featured expert flute, piano, viola and harp performances of several difficult compositions.

Reel Critic: ‘And Then We Danced’

Reel Critic: 'And Then We Danced'

By NINA NG

February 20, 2020

In the context of highly intense Georgian dance troupe, Levan Akin's film explores romance, sexuality and class.

Photo story: ‘Untitled Romantic Comedy’

Photo story: 'Untitled Romantic Comedy'

By EMMANUEL TAMRAT

February 20, 2020

“Untitled Romantic Comedy,” unofficially titled “Stop Kiss,” is an independent artistic venture that explores young love in the big city.

The Librarian is in: ‘How to Read the Air’

The Librarian is in: 'How to Read the Air'

By KATRINA SPENCER

February 20, 2020

Dinah Mengestu's book deals with themes of immigration and domestic violence.

J-Term musical: Young love in the piazza

Fabrizio (Michael Koutelos '20) and Clara (Charlotte Katz).

By EMMA AUER

February 13, 2020

"The Light in the Piazza" presented students with an incredibly challenging score, in a mix of English and Italian, to deliver a complex and emotional love story.

What went down at the Oscars

By JOHN VAALER

February 13, 2020

At the Oscars this weekend "Parasite" made history as a big winner, among other surprises and predictable awards.

Reel Critic: ‘1917’

Reel Critic: '1917'

By OWEN MASON-HILL

February 13, 2020

Winning the Oscar for Best Cinematography, "1917" is a new take on the genre of war film, intensely personal.

‘Quicksand’: If ‘Gossip Girl’ went courtroom drama

'Quicksand': If 'Gossip Girl' went courtroom drama

By ELSA KORPI

February 13, 2020

Set in Stockholm, Malin Persson Giolito's novel details a murder trial, highlighting the role of class in its narration.

The Librarian is in: “Their Eyes Were Watching God”

The Librarian is in:

By KATRINA SPENCER

February 13, 2020

Zora Neale Hurston's best known novel explores what marriage and identity means to a Southern, Black woman.

These winter term classes will give you chills

These winter term classes will give you chills

By RAIN JI

January 23, 2020

This J-Term, visiting professors are teaching unique courses following themes of political advocacy, storytelling and social activism. These individuals teach from lived experience and employ diverse methods in the classroom.

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