What I buy and why: Fashion designer Sander Lak walks us through his colorful art collection (and tells us what he stole from David Zwirner’s house)

What I buy and why: Fashion designer Sander Lak walks us through his colorful art collection (and tells us what he stole from David Zwirner’s house)

Despite its short life (roughly 2016-2020), Sander Lak’s beloved New York fashion label, Sies Marjan, made a bold and lasting impression. After all, his pastel coats and jewel-toned dresses injected luxurious pops of color into the notoriously dark tones of downtown New York. “Color is everything,” the Brunei-born, New York-based designer and creative director told … Read more

The Last of Us character posters offer an alternate look at Joel, Ellie and the rest of the survivors

The Last of Us character posters offer an alternate look at Joel, Ellie and the rest of the survivors

new batch last survivor The character posters highlight the core cast who will lead audiences through a post-apocalyptic journey in the upcoming video game adaptation.polite arrival Official Twitter account for the HBO series, last survivor The poster shows off a new look at the cast, which includes Pedro Pascal as Joel and Bella Ramsey as … Read more

Center for Training Better Public Health Communicators | News

Center for Training Better Public Health Communicators | News

Restructured Center for Health Communication develops programs to help students and researchers communicate more effectively November 30, 2022 – Effectively disseminating health messages in the face of ongoing public health challenges—pandemics, climate crisis, pervasive health inequities and more, says Amanda Yarnell, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health more important than ever. Yarnell, a longtime … Read more

Twitter chaos could fuel political violence around the world: NPR

Twitter chaos could fuel political violence around the world: NPR

An exterior view of Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco last month. The unrest at the influential social media company has the potential to worsen political violence around the world, according to human rights activists. Constanza Hevia/AFP via Getty Images hide title switch subtitles Constanza Hevia/AFP via Getty Images An exterior view of Twitter’s headquarters in … Read more

Stay away from the screen; make and read a Zine at the Homer Babbidge Library

Stay away from the screen; make and read a Zine at the Homer Babbidge Library

“Asian American Feminist Antibodies: Caring in the Time of Coronavirus” sounds like it might never make it to college libraries. “A Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy” seems to be only for magic shops. However, the Homer Babbidge Library at the University of Connecticut not only houses these and many other recurring collections of small booklets (called … Read more

‘Freedom’ Combines Women’s History and Contemporary Feminism

‘Freedom’ Combines Women’s History and Contemporary Feminism

Jennifer Baumgardner, Founder and Editor LIBER: Feminist Review, believes that literary journals can be the place where women’s history intersects with today’s most pressing feminist debates. The bimonthly print publication, also available online, calls this ambitious mission a way of engaging with “a tangle of perspectives, priorities, and entry points” in contemporary feminist theory and … Read more