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.

Articles by Connor Sullivan (34)

Arts & Culture

Alum explores passion, trauma in Bookstore reading

November 2, 2016 0 comments

During author Vi Khi Nao’s MFA’13 reading, time suspended itself as the writer effortlessly submerged the audience into her dissociative sea of trauma.

Professor Emeritus of Literary Arts Robert Coover read his story, which cautions against radical change, Wednesday night in the Leung Gallery.

Arts & Culture

Professor reads prescient ’68 election satire

October 27, 2016 0 comments

While ineffectual pundits have trod redundant ground in analyzing this election cycle, Professor Emeritus of Literary Arts Robert Coover stands apart.

The documentary “Sons and Daughters of the Incarcerated” takes viewers into the lives of three children whose fathers are incarcerated.

Arts & Culture

Film spotlights children of the incarcerated

October 12, 2016 0 comments

The John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage screened “Sons and Daughters of the Incarcerated” Tuesday afternoon.

‘1 percent’ explores class, wealth divide

Arts & Culture

‘1 percent’ explores class, wealth divide

October 6, 2016 0 comments

“1 percent,” the latest curated exhibit by artist and senior Time Magazine photo editor Myles Little, explores class privilege on a global scale.

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