Month: February 2009

Conceptual artist Robleto’s sampling strings together past and present art

Artist Dario Robleto strips vinyl records and makes casts from bullets to breathe life into forgotten stories and letters. His work has been showcased in museums such as the Whitney…

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‘From Russia with Bugs’, an existential romp

Three pairs of Converse sneakers - one sparkled, one plaid and one splattered with neon colors - were subtle stars of the Cap and Bells show From Russia with Bugs…

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Pilobolus pushes boundaries of human forms

Fifty chairs stood neatly lined in the back of the ’62 Center Dance Studio on Friday night, set up for an intimate session with two members of the dance group…

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Hogwarts rock charms nerdy crowd

Williams concertgoers received a heavy dose of wizard rock this Friday at the Harry in the Potters concert in Baxter Hall, where hundreds showed up to bask in their shared…

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Committee plans to reevaluate 1914

In strained financial times, the College has begun to evaluate and discuss many of the ways in which monetary concerns and issues affect life on campus. The 1914 Library is…

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Paul analyzes politics of gay marriage

Last Thursday, students and faculty welcomed Darel Paul, professor of political science, in Wege Auditorium. His lecture, entitled “Beyond Tolerance: Capitalism, Culture and the Politics of Gay Marriage,” was the…

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Claiming Williams debriefs gauge possible next steps

In the interest of evaluating and moving forward from Claiming Williams, the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Diversity planned three discussion sessions to solicit ideas and opinions from campus…

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Awareness week sparks body image discussion

Another venue for campus discussion emerged last week with the launch of “Reclaiming Our Bodies,” a month-long series of events organized by the student group Active Minds, in line with…

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New CC co-presidents lay out plans for term

On Friday, Lizzy Brickley ’10 and Mike Tcheyan ’10 won the College Council (CC) co-presidency with a margin of 980 to 414 votes over second-place ticket Nick Daen ’10 and…

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Google: ‘feminist’

It was through Google that I found out that I was a feminist. At the outset of writing this piece, I had this grand plan of writing about how I…

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