Dorian Wang

Contact the author at mwang23@andover.edu.

Articles by this author

Movie Review: “Supernova” Is Subtle and Unassuming—In All the Best Ways

Andover Writers Alliance Holds Writer’s Symposium Emphasizing Expression, Passion, and Community

Celebrating Black History Month: Black Artists in Film

Review: “Malcolm & Marie” is Well-Acted, but Exhausting

Review: “The Little Things” is a Nostalgic, Albeit Mediocre, Return to the 90s

Currents/Crosscurrents Addison Exhibition Highlights Marginalized Narratives of American Art History

After Andover: Michael Hurt ’90 Examines Subcultures With Korean Street Photography

After Andover: Documentary Filmmaker Robin Hessman ’90 Applies Lessons from Andover and Experiences in Russia to Career

Lexi Tucci ’22 Channels Creative Energy and Emotion through Dance

After Andover: Art Advisor and Curator Andrea Feldman Falcione ’83 Builds Network Through Diverse Job Experiences

Drama Labs Virtual Halloween Special Show Brings New Opportunities for Performers

Review: “Positions” by Ariana Grande Is Repetitive and Unoriginal

Review: “Rebecca” is Haunted by Past Adaptations

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

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

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

Rory Haltmaier ’20 Writes Picture Book During Gap Year

The Andover Edition: Same Interview, Four Years Apart

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

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

Dance Groups Plan for Unusual Fall Term

“Man Up! Visualizing Masculinity in the 19th-Century” Allows Viewers To Consider Masculinity

Addison Gallery of American Art Unveils Three New Exhibits

Janie Tompkins ’22 Showcases Bold “Chameleon” Style through Wardrobe Versatility

Amelia Meyer ’21 and Max Davis ’19 Go Viral on Tik Tok

Art-400 Exhibit Artwork Explores American Youth Through Photography