Teresa Chen
Contributing Reporter
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Artspace celebrates 30th anniversary

Next weekend, the local gallery Artspace will travel through time, celebrating its 30th anniversary with a “Back to the Future”-themed gala.


Fun Fact #1: Williamsburg is not the zine capital of the world. Portland, Ore. is. I’ve always thought Williamsburg was the birthplace of the zine […]

The Fifty-Year Crescendo

The first thing John Mauceri ’67 does when we meet is pull out his phone to show me a picture he just took with President Peter Salovey. With a huge smile, he boasts, “Look who I just got a photo with. I gotta tweet this later.”

Getting in shape for the New Year

“It was 1968 and the first day of New Geometry at Cheshire High School …” This is the story behind the “New Geometry” exhibit at […]

Lauren Yee: Making the Invisible Visible

Lauren Yee ’07 is an established Chinese-American playwright whose repertoire includes a number of highly esteemed plays such as “Ching Chong Chinaman,” “King of the […]

Peerless is fearless

4.0 average? Check. 16 APs? Check. 10 different extracurriculars? Check. Trip to Africa to help the poor and hungry? Check. But what if even all […]


“You must visit this garden,” my grandmother said. As usual, she spoke in Taishanese and I responded in English. I could imagine her sitting on […]

Exhibit highlights papal influence beyond religion

Ahead of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, an exhibit at the Yale Law School aims to show that the job of the world’s most influential religious leader has not always been entirely spiritual.