What does it mean, when the Met is in trouble?
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” If you asked me what I remember most fondly from […]Read Post ›
In a recent graduate school interview – after the inauguration – a professor asked me, “what socio-cultural or political situation are you most concerned about in our time?” Immediately after posing the question, he paused, then quipped, “Oh…this question was written before last Friday. I think I know what we’re all most concerned about.” I […]Read Post ›
For the past ten or so months, I have been in a panic. A sort of existential crisis, filled with questions about what the hell to do next. Which, to be entirely honest, was a very privileged and stupid problem. I’ve wanted to do basically the same thing since I was 16: work in a […]Read Post ›
As 2016 draws to a close, we find ourselves looking not only towards a brighter 2017 but also upon that progress that we have made this year as writers, as a team and as human beings. Below are our reflections. Claire: Dealing with the classism that I used to perpetuate while also barely making rent. […]Read Post ›
We, like many people who pull to the left, are stunned by the election. We are stunned by the systems that have created a path for a man who does not respect anyone but himself. We are scared for the sector we love, the arts. We are scared to be young and female bodied with […]Read Post ›
Photography doesn’t have a happy home like paintings and letters do in the research world. Let’s talk about why.
Let’s talk about networking that doesn’t feel like a bunch of frat bros talking finance.