Sofia Coppola’s newest film, “Priscilla,” showcases the filmmaker’s strengths while falling flat in the second half. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the film, which, at times, plays into tired biopic tropes.
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Stanley Jackson ’25 began creating music while at Amherst, but its presence in his life extends back much further.
This weekend, the Mount Holyoke Dance Department and the Amherst Department of Theater and Dance produced their Fall Faculty Concert “Amalgamate,” a showcase of varied styles.
The last two episodes of “Survivor” Season 45 have shown never-before-seen strategies amidst an ever-shrinking cast.
Senior Theater and Dance major Yang Sun ’24E presented her thesis “Drift” last weekend. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sarah Weiner ’24 reviews the performance, an ode to loneliness and frayed relationships.
In the inaugural edition of her column “Asking BIPOC Creatives,” Managing Arts & Living Editor Mackenzie Dunson ’25 interviews poet Mel Arthur ’25.
Thursday marked the final performance of Jazz@Friedmann for the semester. Kobe Thompson ’24 applauds the Julian Gerstin Sextet and the student groups Denali and Mesa Verde for their strong close to the series.