One minute into “my ssri,” a dance piece set to “Dopamine” by Børns and choreographed by Sanjana Marcé, CC ’21, viewers primarily watched close-up footage of singled-out body parts dancing. Hands interlocking in mirrors, moonwalking sneakers, and a montage of life’s tender moments filled screens in conjunction with more traditional full-body shots, exploring what a pre-filmed dance performance can look like....
CW: This article mentions sexual assault, domestic abuse, and accounts of gun violence.
Climate justice activist Lauren Ritchie, CC ’22, on redefining sustainability and inciting an inclusive climate action movement
One Instagram post, podcast, and TikTok, at a time, Lauren Ritchie, CC ’22, is on a mission to redefine sustainability, amplify marginalized voices, and gain traction for an inclusive climate action movement....
Amid COVID-19 restrictions and reopenings, the Metropolitan Museum of Art currently operates with limited capacity and recommends booking reservations before visiting. These protocols have also led to the reconceptualization of the museum’s internship programs. While the pandemic has made some internships entirely remote and other assignments within certain departments impossible due to their in-person nature, the Met has made immense strides in developing an inclusive internship program....