Arts

After Andover: Sara Su Jones ’91 Remains on the Path of Life-long Learning

Iris Van Herpen: Pioneer of the Fashion Industry

Review: The Verdict on “The Trial of the Chicago 7”

New Addison Acquisition The Wanderer Brings History of Slave Trade to Renowned Ship Collection

Dancer Alexandra Koch-Liu ’22 Never Stops Striving to Reach the “Unreachable Perfection”

The Beautiful Horror of “The Social Dilemma”

LOTW: Lily Haik ’22 Thrifts with Purpose

Self-Taught Clothing Designer Natasha Muromcew ’22 Finds Inspiration in ’90s Fashion and Professional Artists

Movie Review: “Enola Holmes” Addresses Feminism by Revisiting Victorian England

Of Motets and Minuets: Adoramus te Christe, A Universal Sentiment

LOTW: Yssie Vargas ’23 Revamps Style During Quarantine

Latin Cuisine and Culture: Stories of Food and Family

“Headrush” Jack Warren ’22 Releases Four Songs During Quarantine

Thania Martinez ’21 Creates Vibrant Makeup Looks Influenced by Diverse Subcultures

Andover A Capella Groups Find Creative Ways to Perform Virtually

LOTW: Kennedy Ndiaye ’22 Embraces Details with Jewelry

Rory Haltmaier ’20 Writes Picture Book During Gap Year

“Mulan” Review: Take It, Or (Spoiler Alert), Leave It

“All The Bright Places” Review: Another Flawed Teen Romance

Director Spotlight I: Barry Jenkins

Sabby Clemmons ’22 Mixes Spontaneity and Experimentation into her Baking Batter

The Andover Edition: Same Interview, Four Years Apart

Actor to Producer: Ioanna Ninos ’21 Promotes Communication Within the Theatre Department

Former Blue Strut and Hypnotiq Co-Head Alexa Goulas ’18 Credits Andover with Fostering Leadership Skills

Valentino F/W 20-21: Reflection, Hope, and Rebirth Amongst Tragedy

Cam Wacker ’21 Takes Risks in her Fashion Choices Through Versatility and Accessories

Summer Seward ’21: Same Interview, Four Years Apart

Adya Chatterjee ’22 Voices the Unvoiced Through Her Poetry

Review: “The Devil All the Time” is Really Just Mediocre All the Time

Dance Groups Plan for Unusual Fall Term

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