In efforts to celebrate diversity in drama, Spotlight Musical Theater staged an all-BIPOC Musical Theater Showcase.
Niketa Kou PO ’25, has found a way to persevere through –– and even find inspiration in –– the injury which changed the way she engages in her passion of dancing.
An attorney, activist and alumna, Martina Vandenberg PO ’90 founded the Human Trafficking Legal Center and provides strategic litigation as a form of justice to trafficking survivors.
After spending the summer visiting 10 European cities as inspiration for her E.P. album, “Sonic Skyline,” Kyra Varivaya CM ’25 understands how music serves as an outlet to tell stories of the world through her experiences.
Spotlight MT’s newest production, “You’re the Shit,” combats imposter syndrome with self-love in a high energy production. The play will run April 28—May 1 at the Seaver Theatre Large Studio.
Thanks to the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Xiao Jiang PO ’22 will spend next year traveling to explore her passion for Chinatowns.
You can always find ways to remain positive about and adapt to your situation, even in COVID isolation, writes guest columnist Vidusshi Hingad PO ’25.
The play “Scissoring” features Catholic schoolteachers, the ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt and a heartfelt exploration of the tension between religion and identity.
Student Kabuki theater troupe KabukiMa invites the Claremont community to learn about Japanese Kabuki theater this weekend through performances and an academic symposium.
Now a chaplain at the McAlister Center, Shaila Andrabi has provided a touch of home for South Asian international students for over 30 years.