Arts

AAPI Heritage Month Retrospective: “The Farewell” is a Film Made for the Grieving Chinese American Daughter

The Phillipian Playlist: Jazz Ensemble Edition

After Two Year-Hiatus, A Cappella Night Returns to Build Community

Met Gala Red Carpet Review: Ranking Memorable Celebrity Looks At the Met Gala

With a Strong Team Dynamic, “Argonautika” Production Delivers Thought-Provoking, Enthralling Performances

2022 Drag Show: A Creative Celebration of Queer Expression

Giuliana Cardinale ’25 Stays Close to Friends and Family through “Colorful” Style

Investiture Performances Embody Themes of Hope and Peace

Arts & ASM: A Conversation with Author and Journalist Min Jin Lee on Literature and Identity

“Tokyo Vice” Pt. 2: A Dark, Gripping Tale on the Corruption of Human Nature

Musician Jack Warren ’22 Releases ‘Blank Slate’ – A Culmination of his Feelings on Graduating

Bridgerton Season 2: Identity-Based, Elder-Sibling Trauma and the Creation of a Slow-Burn Love Triangle

The Fidelio Society Encourages Audience to “Live in Love” Through Spring Concert

Take Back the Night Raises Awareness for Gender-Based Violence through Powerful Performances

Somin Virmani ’22 Senior Recital Channels Originality and Passion for the Organ

“Tokyo Vice” Pt. 1: Journalist’s Neon Descent Into Gang Life Off to Promising Start

The Krista River Guest Recital: A Moving Experience For All

The Phillipian Playlist: A Cappella Edition

Review: “Heartstopper”—Warning: This Cute Queer Romance Will Stop Your Heart

A Journey of Self-Discovery: Solar Lu ’24 Experiments With Unique Centerpieces and Sustainable Fashion to Create a Distinct Style

Addison Earth Week Workshop Promotes Activism Through Cyanotypes

Encouraging Campus Sustainability and Community Bonding, “Yappo” Facilitates Space for Andover Students to Recycle Clothing

Chloe Epstein, Instructor in Math, Uses ‘Artistic Thinking’ To Aid the Learning Process

The Phillipian Playlist: Songs of April 2022

Revitalizing “Dying to Survive”: A True Story’s Powerful Legacy

Review: “Everything Everywhere All At Once” Dares to Push Film Beyond its Limits

Producing a Producer: Meet the New Drama Lab Producers

LOTW – Victor Mvemba ’22 Uses Stitching and Crocheting Skills to Make His Style Unique

Review: “Our Flag Means Death” Pt. 3—Fade to Black: Our Hearts Ripped Out, We’re Hanging Off that Cliff

Review: “Twenty-Five Twenty-One” Captures the Bittersweet Brilliance of Youthful Romance in the 2000s

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