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Theatre is Truth, Journalism is Not
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Theatre is Truth, Journalism is Not

This week, I had the pleasure of attending the discussion on politics, art, and the role of the theater in shaping public policy with internationally recognized playwright J.T. Rogers and CMC professor Eric Helland. A 2012 Guggenheim fellow in playwriting and under commission from Lincoln Center Theater and the Royal National Theatre, Rogers hails from an impressive background. … Continue reading

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The Black Mirror and Instagram Likes

  I spent my second week of winter break trying to convince my father to like my recently uploaded picture on Instagram. An hour later, I received a notification acknowledging that my father had double-tapped on my picture- taking it from 59 to 60 likes- a small milestone. In exchange for the favor, I was … Continue reading

Publishing and Diversity: A Panel Discussion
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Publishing and Diversity: A Panel Discussion

This week at the Athenaeum, I had the pleasure of attending a panel discussion regarding the current state of the book publishing industry and the representation of diversity in the field. The panel consisted of author and CMC alumni Yi Shun Lai ’96, executive editor Rachel Kahan of William Morrow and Company, and book publicist Kima Jones of … Continue reading