Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 raves about the abundance of resources at Frost Library.
Madeline Lawson '25
Teo Ruskov conveys passion and dedication for religious studies, earning the prestigious Watson Fellowship and winning multiple accolades for his thesis on Buddhism.
The Amherst Symphony Orchestra performed their last concert of the season last Saturday. Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ʼ25 reviews the performance, which featured a concerto from violinist Marie Leou ʼ22.
Alistair Edwards’ ’22 senior thesis in Theater and Dance, “Boundless,” is a radio play that premiered on March 25 and 26. Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 walks through the production and Edwards’ thesis process.
Why is it that, when looking for comfort shows, we usually turn to sitcoms? Assistant Arts & Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 analyzes the conventions of television’s most binge-able genre and how streaming reinforces the place of nostalgic sitcoms in pop culture.
The days of the Hallmark Channel's monopoly over holiday films are a thing of the past, Staff Writer Madeline Lawson '25 notes that Netflix has emerged as a legitimate competitor, with franchises like "The Princess Switch" bringing in big bucks.
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