Author: Tatyana Triguboff, Arts Editor

Drama department fills 24 hours with talent, humor

On Jan. 8, as part of a 24 hour play initiative sponsored by the drama department, Students were invited to gather at Perry library and put their name in a…

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MASS MoCA expansion promises bold new direction

Joseph Thompson, director of MASS MoCA stands in front of Building 6, the site of the museum’s announced expansion. Photo courtesy of the Huffington Post This week, MASS MoCA announced…

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Ancient Indian art fills WCMA with delicate emotion

The 16 paintings featured in WCMA’s ‘Ragamala’ exhibit tap into daily court life in India in the 15th to 19th centuries. Photo courtesy of WCMA Musical Garlands: Ragamala inhabits Williams…

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Franz West exhibit charms with playful, probing spirit

Franz West’s work “Plakatenwurf (Sisypho) [Poster Design]” is showing in a charming exhibition of his work currently at WCMA. Photo courtesy of look at Franz West as the Einstein…

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The Artist otherwise known as… Clover Powell ’16

Clover Powell ’16 focuses his burgeoning artistic career on themes of identity, race and color. Christian Ruhl/ Photo Editor For Clover Powell ’16, “Identity, when it comes to race and…

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Renovated Clark opens up to critical acclaim

The Clark’s visitors’ center and reflecting pool were concieved by architect Tadao Ando as natural spaces of zen harmony. Photo courtesy of Tucker Bair The Clark’s $145 million renovation, which…

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College alters financial aid policy for ROTC students

Prompted by a conversation between Max Heninger ’14 and David Folsom ’17, a student pursuing Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at the College, College Council (CC) recently proposed that the…

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Visiting pianist delivers crisp, upbeat performance

Pedja Musijevic peformed a selection of energetic pieces at Brooks-Rogers on Saturday night. Photo courtesy of washingtoncollegenews.blogspot.com Last Saturday night, the energized and engaged sounds of Pedja Muzijevic filled the…

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WCMA WALLS delivers unique opportunity for students

A promotional poster for the upcoming WCMA WALLS program which will allow students to hang original art in their dorms. Starting in less than a month, the Williams College Museum…

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Artists with disabilities inspire

One of Cathy Crofut's geometric, precise works, showcasing her evolution through CATA. Photo courtesy of Thursday afternoon welcomed one of the most inspiring and admirable of exhibitions to enter…

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