On March 21, the photography exhibition “Envisioning Lebanon: a country between collapse and revolution” premiered in Frost Library. Managing Arts & Living Editor Noor Rahman ’25 details the exhibition, which portrays the tension between revolution and normalcy in Lebanon.
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, under the leadership of its new director Siddhartha V. Shah, the Mead Art Museum opened its doors to the general public for the first time in nearly three years. In addition to Covid shutdowns, the Mead was forced to close again in March 2022 for repairs to the Stearns Steeple.
Even though Covid cases in the United States are steadily declining, many people are still trying to stay socially distanced. During warmer months, it was easier to see friends safely as people could comfortably stay outside. I spent much of my summer in Central Park, having socially distanced picnics or