Jasmine Ma

Contact the author at jma23@andover.edu.

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AAPI Heritage Month Special: 10 Questions with M. Martin

The Phillipian Playlist: A Cappella Edition

10 Questions with Dr. Michael Legaspi

“Brazen” Review: The Thriller Drowning in Predictability

The Addison Gallery of American Art Celebrates its Legacy On its 90th Anniversary

Jack Warren ’22 Unites People Against Anxiety Through His New Single ‘Wallflower’

Cast of Theatre-910’s ‘Behind Our Masks and Screens’ Persevere Through Challenges of Exploring Vulnerability Remotely

LOTW Part II: The ‘Trendy Triplets’: Nikita Muromcew ’21, Mary Muromcew ’22, and Natasha Muromcew ’22 Two Years Later

The Addison’s Currents/Crosscurrents Virtual Gallery Talks Prompt Audience Members to Reflect on Importance of Art History

The Addison Club Showcases Student Artwork for the First Time in “The New Americans” Exhibition

Alex Park ’21 Builds a Tight-Knit Music Community Through Storytelling and Experience as an Artist

LOTW Miraya Bhayani ’21 Pieces Together Her Diverse Cultural Identity Through Outfits

LOTW: Evalyn Lee ’23 Prioritizes Sustainability through Thrifting


Student Music Recital Benefits from Virtual Setting Despite Losing the “Spontaneity” of Performing In-Person

Leo Deng ’21 Explores the Intersection Between Art and Philosophy

Music Producer Max Guan ’22 Composes ‘100 Percent’ Original Music

“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Review: The Past in the Present

LOTW: Hanbie Park ’23 Finds Confidence in Monochromatic Tracksuits and Neon Colors

Magician Chris Xia ’23 Derives Motivation from Audience Interactions

After Andover: Hugo Solomon ’19 Captures Vulnerability and Intimacy with Photography

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

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

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

Yuping Zhu ’21 Shares Story of Freedom in New Single “If Only I Had an Airstream”