Contracted by Interscope Records and official tour photographer for the alternative indie artist Hayd, John Choi PO ’24 is exploring his passions and a more ‘uncertain’ trap.
Released in 2020, the social media app BeReal is buzzing around campus, not only with its notifications to snap a picture but also with questions of its authenticity.
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The “CrossBorder Photography” exhibition at the Benton Museum of Art aims to challenge commonly-held conceptions of the US-Mexico border.
Sunbow Zine, created by Ella Bailey SC ’25, features curated artwork from young artists around the world.
Harvey Mudd College’s Sprague Gallery opened the student art exhibit “Accounts of Their Times,” which features a wide variety of photographs from art professor Ken Fandell’s course “Photography.”
If you went to a drag bar in Los Angeles in the 1980s or ’90s, you might have seen a buoyant Reynaldo Rivera working the room.
The Pomona College Museum of Art’s “Mutuality in Dichotomy: Photography from the Permanent Collection,” which opened Sept. 4, is the fifth in a series of student-curated exhibits featured by the museum. Vivienne Yixuan Shi PO ’19 developed the exhibit last summer, and she focuses on the dichotomous relationship between aerial
Since Nov. 8, students, faculty, staff, and community members from across the 5Cs have expressed a myriad of emotions and responses to the presidential election of Donald Trump. TSL photographers documented the reactions of students watching live election results Tuesday and the community discussions, forums, demonstrations and rallies held in