LIGHT OF UNDERSTANDING: Joel Burt-Miller ’16 discussed the importance of sharing our stories with others in his talk.
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DIGNITY: Jean Jean’s film highlights the difficulty of maintaining one’s dignity in a life dictated by changing immigration policies.
CONNECTION: Max Hart ’16 connects on a Rhode Island College pitch and puts the ball in play during a game on March 31, 2016.
CROSS CORNERS: Third Baseman P.J. Ross throws to first to try to beat the runner during a game against NYU on April 16, 2017.
DRAWING FOULS: Guard Eric D’Aguanno ’20 draws a blocking foul during the game against the University of Chicago on Feb. 11.
HART DRIVE: Guard Eva Hart ’18 splits the Chicago defenders on her way to the basket during the game on Feb. 11.
OPEN FORUM: President Ron Liebowitz sat on a panel with Provost Lisa Lynch and Comittee Chair Prof. George Hall (ECON).
ADVOCATING CHANGE: Community members discuss the issues that the University's adjunct faculty face at Tuesday's Speak Out.
TALKING SILENT FILMS: During her lecture “Hollywood History, Hollywood Fiction,” NY Post writer and cinephile Farran Smith Nemhe discussed her appreciation for films.
OFF TO A FAST START: Defender Haley Schachter ’16 brings the ball forward during a 2-0 victory over Wheaton College.
The orientation leaders cheer as the convocation for first-years and transfer students commenced on Sunday.
CAMPUS UPDATES: The renovations include changes to the Sherman Dining Hall seating and service areas, pictured above.
REACHING BACK: Pitcher Samantha Wroblewski ’17 pitches in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament on May 10.
MISTAKEN IDENTITIES: Prep (Brian Dorfman ’16, left) and AP (Ryan Mills ’15) fight over the objects they took during a montage about identity. The fight ends when Prep takes a bracelet from AP and gives him glasses instead.
UNEXPECTED NEWS: After being sexually assaulted, Perfect learns that she is pregnant, illustrating that even “perfect” people grapple with serious issues.
DEFINING FEATURE: Perfect (Emma Nissenbaum ’18, left) and Faith (Sarah Skrovan ’18) reach for a makeup compact during a montage about identity.
BASEMENT TAPES: Freak/Eric (Jacob Klein ’18, left) and Loner/Dylan (Dashiell Marley ’16) take videos of themselves as they discuss their plans to carry out a mass shooting at their school.
SEARCHING FOR THE HIT: Outfielder Ryan Healy ’16 takes a turn at bat for the Judges against Trinity College on Sunday afternoon.
LOVESICK: Paul Belenky’s ’14 piece “Unnoticed” was inspired by his struggles with online dating. He has been working on the piece for weeks in the underpass of the Bernstein-Marcus Administration Center.