Spending an hour in the company of award-winning director David Thacker offered undeniably valuable revelations from his life spent immersed in the dramatic arts.
By Miranda Wheeler ‘19
At only 36, Wine has been christened with the name “Ghetto President” by the youth of
Uganda, a title which he has proudly embraced.
By Angela Nayiga ‘20
A Conversation with Professor Ace on Building Confidence in Writing and Identity
By Charlotte Landeryou ‘20
Gleeful eyes darted around the room, taking in the sea of colorful faces and festive decorations that had been put up for the event. The occasion that had brought so many together on a Friday night in fall, was the long-awaited VariAsians show.
By Rachel Dennis ‘19
As an avid traveler and someone who has lived on three different continents, I naturally find myself packing and unpacking all the time. After returning from a trip one day and having begun the unpacking process, I realized that once again my favorite shampoo and toner had leaked out all over my luggage.
By Regina Ye ‘18