Month: March 2012

Musical juxtaposes fairytale aesthetic with touching narrative

Deep oranges and soft pinks lit the Directing Studio of the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance as the soft stylings of Matt Crimp ’12 on the mandolin washed over the audience’s chatter.

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Professor’s film debut releases to Cannes and Sundance acclaim

The very first shot of Return is certainly disconcerting: It follows the back of Linda Cardellini’s head as  the camera zooms uncomfortably close to Kelli, her character, as she walks through the airport on her way back from a tour of duty in the Middle East.

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Poet addresses women of color

The celebration of poetry and art is always a refreshing break in the midst of academic rigor.

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INISH dancers transport audience to the shores of Éire

In an annual performance that fell just before St. Patrick’s Day, INISH delivered its spring show titled “In Anim An Ghrá” (“In the Name of Love”) on Friday and Saturday on the CenterStage of the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance.

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Fresh Off the Airwaves: Old Ideas by Leonard Cohen

He is a man with a legendary music career that stretches across five decades, a natural baritone voice that flows like a conversation and volumes of heartbroken yet perennially hopeful lyrics.

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THE ARTIST OTHERWISE KNOWN AS … Lily Riopelle ’14

Walking into Tunnel City Coffee, it was not hard for me to find Lily Riopelle ’14.

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Skiing races to 12th at NCAAs

Skiing saw its last action of the season over the weekend at the Bridger Bowl in Bozeman, Mont.

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Men’s tennis opens season with 5-2 win over rival Colgate

Men’s tennis opened its season last weekend on the road with a 5-2 win against Div. I rival Colgate. 

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Women’s track sprints to 13th

Women’s track and field competed at the NCAA Championship meet this weekend and, despite several impressive individual performances, came up short of its goals as a team: Williams tied for 13th with 11 total points.

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Wrestling’s season wraps with indiv. honors, NCAAs

Co-captain Ces Antista ’13 traveled to the University of Wisconsin La Crosse on Friday to represent wrestling at the Div. III NCAA Championships.

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