Alina Kim

Deputy Arts Editor

CONTRIBUTIONS

The Wind Blew Me Away, but Aminé and Co. Reeled Me Back in

Our associate editor really hated the rain. Everything else, not so much.

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May 27, 2019

Kissin’s Ferocity and Uchida’s Velocity Charm the CSO

Mitsuko Uchida and Evgeny Kissin bring different styles to the CSO stage with similarly resounding levels of success.

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May 27, 2019

"Yellow Face": Is It Merely Skin-Deep?

David Henry Hwang’s “Yellow Face” was performed at the Logan Center last weekend, bringing viewers face-to-face with issues of whitewashing, identity, and the American Dream.

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May 17, 2019

Winter Is Coming: A Third-year’s Perspective on Musicianship and Academics

Third-year Eli Winter talks with The Maroon about his musical inspirations, debut album, and student-musician life.

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May 3, 2019

"Endgame": Cinematic Lessons Hitherto Undreamt Of (Spoiler-Free)

The conclusion of the Avengers saga is an exhilarating success, but also teaches us lessons about our modern film industry and pop culture.

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April 29, 2019

Mission Accomplished—SASA Performance a Bold Success

SASA celebrated the many cultures of the University’s South Asian community with an exciting night of music, dancing, and a hopeful message of acceptance, unity, and diversity.

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April 11, 2019

Professor Austin Carson Spills Secrets About Spilling Blood

Professor Austin Carson explains the politics behind secrecy in covert operations, ultimately concluding that it is a strategy in a power-grab for escalation control.

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March 15, 2019

The Hidden World Falls Short of a Happy Landing

As a moviegoer who loves character-driven stories, I feel like The Hidden World failed to improve upon the characters who have been so well thought out in the first two movies.

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February 25, 2019

10 Letters a Day Keeps the President’s Headway

Author of “To Obama: With Love, Joy, Hate and Despair” Jeanne Marie Laskas gives talk at 57th Street Books.

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February 21, 2019

Behind the Floating World, the Weight of Reality

Activist Michelle Hartney offers alternative tour audio highlighting the neglected histories of oppression behind the ukiyo-e paintings in a recently closed Art Institute exhibit.

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February 7, 2019