Laura Isaza


The National Gallery of Art’s Writing Salon Provokes Creative Thought

On Saturday, a group of of mostly older D.C. residents sat on blue butterfly stools facing Jean Miro’s The Farm for the third session of this season’s Writing Salons at... Read more


Endless Reflections: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors

When people step inside one of the plain, fifteen-square-foot boxes at the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, they discover an endless world of lights, colors, and... Read more


Critical Voices: Homeshake, Fresh Air

Homeshake’s new album Fresh Air uses a blend of traditional guitar, electronic sounds and everyday noises such as footsteps to produce an album fit for chilling out and clearing your... Read more


Remembering the Past: Georgetown charges working group on university’s history with slavery, considers African American Studies major

A Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation has recently been charged by President DeGioia to confront Georgetown’s history involving slavery. According to two university-wide emails sent by President DeGioia,... Read more