Connor is a Section Editor for the paper's Arts & Culture beat and is pursuing an A.B. in History. The editor's decision to concentrate in History stems not only out of a fear of commitment to the less flexible requirements of other concentrations, but also out of deep-seated interests in the readily applicable fields of community planning and economic justice. He enjoys life’s simple pleasures: warm blankets, artisan coffee, early seasons of The X-Files, Pokémon cartridges from the early-to-mid 2000’s, and meticulously organized vinyl record collections.

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Arts & Culture

‘Songs I Stole From Anya’ evocatively depicts manic depression    

April 8, 2017 0 comments

Affecting and all too real, Production Workshop’s “Songs I Stole From Anya” movingly captures tumultuous relationships, mental illness and death itself.

Drake’s genre-hopping dooms ‘More Life’

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Drake’s genre-hopping dooms ‘More Life’

April 4, 2017 0 comments

Drake may very well be the most difficult-to-pin-down personality in popular music — a far cry from his once glaring predictability.

Dinner forges connections between strangers

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Dinner forges connections between strangers

March 22, 2017 0 comments

Welcome to the Bearhead Dinner — a veritable institution on Williams Street.

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Exhibition calls attention to dehumanizing aspect of solitary confinement

March 14, 2017 0 comments

Solitary Confinement,” the Nightingale Brown House Gallery’s latest exhibition, addressed the ills of solitary confinement in the United States.

‘Life Will See You Now’ displays affecting sincerity

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‘Life Will See You Now’ displays affecting sincerity

March 7, 2017 0 comments

LP “Life Will See You Now” embodies the dark, emotionally fraught dimension of Jen Lekman’s persona.

By CHLOE to open at 223 Thayer

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By CHLOE to open at 223 Thayer

February 28, 2017 0 comments

The chic vegan eatery by CHLOE will open its doors to the Providence community summer 2017 at 223 Thayer Street.

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‘The Mountaintop’ voices artistic protest

February 14, 2017 0 comments

Artistic protest is almost always an exercise in futility — a medium that easily devolves into one-track cliches which cease to uncover any greater truth.

Angela Davis discusses importance of activism

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Angela Davis discusses importance of activism

February 11, 2017 0 comments

Davis shed brilliance on topics ranging from Black Lives Matter to the Electoral College, relating it all to the turbulent politics of the past months.

Pennsylvania punk band grapples with adulthood on new LP

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Pennsylvania punk band grapples with adulthood on new LP

February 7, 2017 0 comments

“After The Party,” The Menzingers’ fifth studio album, the hangover has at least partially lifted.

Books on the Square hosts poignant, timely poetry reading

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Books on the Square hosts poignant, timely poetry reading

February 7, 2017 0 comments

Decorated poetess Tina Cane and up-and-coming poet Keegan Lester immersed Books on the Square’s audience in articulate elegance.

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