An Anxious Student View of Digital Classes

By Sarah Weinstock *This op-ed piece was written about my personal experience with anxiety, while fully understanding that no one person experiences anxiety the same. One may think that staying at home would calm an anxious mind in the upcoming online semester. However, many people with high anxiety find comfort in familiar routines. I have “trained” years for in-person classes, and understand what will most … Continue reading An Anxious Student View of Digital Classes

The Revolution Will Be Dramatized: Pondering the Role of the Performing Arts in History

By Rachael Nuckles Earlier this month, the official filmed version of Broadway’s Hamilton premiered on streaming platform Disney Plus. This production fits our blog’s theme of “revolution” in several ways. Not only does the plot retell some key moments of the historical Revolutionary War, but it relies on nonwhite actors to do so. As I wrote in a previous post about Broadway’s Slave Play, theater … Continue reading The Revolution Will Be Dramatized: Pondering the Role of the Performing Arts in History