Courtesy of Christine Hyung-Oak Lee

Memory and writing at MFA Alumni reading

Themes of memory, trauma and recovery were expressed in the last Contemporary Writers Series.

Art used as a way of emphasizing indigenous land as an ancestor in itself. (Courtesy of Fanai Castro)

Fanohge Chamoru: Decolonization on Guam, one of the world’s last colonies

As a native Chamoru from the Pacific Island of Guahan (Guam), militarization is intimately woven throughout Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor Sam Banett’s family history and present day experiences.

Building political community beyond the classroom

Graduating fellows Manar Harb ’17, Avren Keating ’17 and Karina Muniz ’17 all presented their work in the Reinhardt Alumnae House, reflecting on the challenges and triumphs of their time as fellows.

May said capturing the voices of the two men was like method acting on the page. (Photo courtesy of Meredith May)

Survival and resilience in new book by Mills professor

Meredith May discussed her novel and her writing process with readers at DIESEL, A Bookstore on April 6.

Movie Review: Get Out

Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor Sam Barnett reviews the movie “Get Out”.

(From left to right) Vanessa Hua, R.O. Kwon, Ashley M. Jones, and Dara Barnat all read at Laurel Bookstore on Feb. 18th. (Photo Courtesy of Laurel Boosktore)

Voices of resistance at Laurel Bookstore

Laurel Bookstore’s Diverse New Voices: Poetry and Prose reading on Saturday, Feb. 18, showcased four authors.

George Take plays both the grandfather and the grandson in the musical "Allegiance," about Japanese internment. (Wikimedia Commons)

Solonga carries the energy in “Allegiance”

The ethnic studies department and Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance sponsored a screening of Allegiance.

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