"There’s something essential about watching bodies move," says Monica Thomas. And she does it with the grace of a natural, but gunning for the lofty realms of the conceptual. It’s the economy of movement, stupid.
For Aaron Horowitz, all of his interests and beliefs and hopes and dreams fit together like pieces in a puzzle. If you think every Northwestern kid is perpetually stressed out and uptight, then you haven’t met Aaron. Maybe that’s because he’s given himself permission to fail. That’s right, fail, completely and utterly, at everything.