Grace Z. Li is the Arts Chair for the 145th guard. She can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @gracezhali.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” isn’t done with Gilead just yet, but the surprisingly artful dramatics and clever character exploration hint at equally interesting world expansions to come.
The Harvard Crimson reviews the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel, "The Handmaid's Tale."
The model, Callista Womick, poses during the figure drawing class.
The melodramatic hook does not do “June” justice.
Youth on Fire hosts its meetings in the Y2Y space.
“Legion” second season finally finds its substance, the complicated emotional work that truly-gratifying TV shows are made up of.
If “Chapter 10” is any indication, the show is struggling to find the same level of emotional complexity that made “Legion” truly bizarre and earth-shattering in its first season.
Susan Li ’18 sits outside of Linden Studios, where she does work for her VES concentration.
Matt Saunders ’97 is an assistant professor of Visual and Environmental Studies.
The door outside of the Carpenter Center’s wood shop
A band saw in the Carpenter Center’s wood shop. On the other side of the machine is a paper with safety rules.