Well. Look at this. The end is no longer nigh, but rather, it is here. In the final few weeks of the Columbia academic year, the Acting an..
This year, I turn 36. It will be roughly two decades since the summer I saved up enough money from my job at the Dairy Crest (a local, sea..
Amidst the chaos of preparing for the end of the semester comes the all-too-brief but definitely welcome break for Thanksgiving. This year..
It’s strange to be writing my last blog post for Columbia after two years of documenting my journey this way. It feels like I’ve had a..
The semester is winding down. Only five-ish weeks to go (I think). After spring break, and settling into a pattern of rest and relaxation,..
Classes have officially ended here at Arthaus and we are readying ourselves for the dreaded “thesis term” over the summer. We currentl..
Corita Kent teaching with LIFE Magazine, photographed by Mary Anne Karia in 1965. https://www.wbur.org/radioboston/2015/11/20/corita-kent..
Graffiti line that is all over the city of Pittsburgh.
Election season 2020. Where the real work begins—as a nation and as a second-ye..
It is finally over! I shot my film. It is hard to believe that I finished the production stage. I and my producer, Urwa, have been working on our thesis film for over a year, and now our problems and concerns about the production are over. How did it go? Read more to see.
After hundreds of collective hours of rehearsing, writing, memorizing, moving, trashing drafts of our shows, rewriting, memorizing again, designing, and performing…we did it