Nonsense: Listen Carefully

Babies in the womb have shown increased brain activity when exposed to music, which is one of the reasons the Beethoven hypothesis began to receive attention. Will embryonic exposure to the virtuoso notes cause your child to become a genius, a general, or at least a pop singer?! Not necessarily…

Photographer in Residence: Andreea-Otilia Suiu

Photos have the ability to snap you back to a fixed moment in time. They place you squarely in the past, leaving you to reminisce on how things used to be. Memories run like an open faucet and you find yourself recalling a simple family outing two years ago…

Gaylene Preston: A Filmmaker For Now

Gaylene Preston: A Filmmaker For Now

New Zealand filmmaker and activist Gaylene Preston is one of these standouts with amazing longevity. An admired director, she’s championed women and her homeland for the better part of 40 years, and her latest film MY YEAR WITH HELEN…

Sisterhood and Solidarity: On Female Friendships

Sisterhood and Solidarity: On Female Friendships

Graduation, years abroad, masters programmes, first jobs, the format of your life gently emerges. The closest people to you, the ones who had front row seats, as well as your back, are those best friends. Your careers might take radically different turns, but they are still the ones who give long nights with red wine a certain sparkle…

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