Month: April 2012

Farm Film Festival celebrates alternative agricultural practices

In honor of Earth Day last Sunday, the Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives helped sponsor the third annual Farm Film Festival with screenings of four movies at Images Cinema and one in Paresky Auditorium over the last two weeks.

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CoDa performs colorful tribute to the art of Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt is known for his conceptual art, especially the geometric nature of his wall drawings, photography and paintings.

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‘Hideous’ men shock and disgust

Immediate Theatre’s adaptation of David Foster Wallace’s short stories, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, premiered Friday and Saturday night in Paresky auditorium.

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L.A. outfit King Fantastic brings West Coast rap to Greylock

Here are some places I do not usually go on Friday nights: Sawyer, Schow, gangster rap concerts.

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Chamber Choir treats WCMA to striking performance of classics

Unlike others who attended the Sunday night Chamber Choir concert, I had never been to any of their performances before.

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Cuban songstress blends styles

On Sunday afternoon, while the gray clouds hung low over the College, there was at least one place on campus that resonated with the sounds of a Caribbean paradise.

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Men’s golf controls home course

Men’s golf took control early on Saturday at the Williams Spring Invitational.

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Women’s tennis shells out losses

Women’s tennis (16-1, 5-0 in the NESCAC) won its third match of the week on Sunday, sweeping Rochester 9-0.

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Men’s crew defeats Wesleyan to take Little Threes

On Saturday, men’s crew raced against Wesleyan on Lake Onota for the Little Three Championship.

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Men’s track earns 24th straight Little Three title over conf. foes

Men’s track and field captured its 24th consecutive Little Three title last weekend after defeating Amherst and Wesleyan in Middleton, Conn.

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