Category: Arts

‘Battle of the Sexes’ becomes an instant classic

The Battle of the Sexes is one of the most iconic moments in sports history, a watershed event that had and continues to have an outsized impact on American popular…

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St. Vincent explores sex and sadness

The hardest stage of heartbreak may just be the final part – letting the pain subside. Before realizing you can’t live off wine, whiskey and the taste of a lover’s…

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Dots, lines evoke celestial bodies at WCMA

Dots are an often overlooked and underappreciated element of art, despite their usefulness. Barbara Takenaga strives as an artist to make the most out of dots, and has shaped them…

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King Krule returns with smoky tunes

This year, Archy Marshall stated he “couldn’t be bothered” to work with Kanye West. He also claimed to not know who Drake was in 2015. The slim, fire-haired British artist…

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Less is more in cinematic ‘Beatriz at Dinner’

A friend described Beatriz at Dinner as being “like a Get Out through the Latino perspective.” Indeed, there are some similarities between these two films: A person of color entering…

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‘Antigone in Ferguson’ moves, lives beyond the stage

A work of art can be thought of as confined within the space of its exhibition. The reflections gained from a piece or production of art are thus limited to…

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Kenny Garrett brings jazz greatness to the College

The silence was deafening. There he was, Kenny Garrett, arguably the greatest living saxophone player, bent over on stage, lifeless and at his most human. Bassist Concordan Holt slouched his…

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THE ARTIST OTHERWISE KNOWN AS… CAROLINE TAVERNA ‘19

“You tie it all up with a million rubber bands and make a little ball,”says Caroline Taverna ’19, founder of Blue Moon Indigo, a home-dying company based in Wilton, Conn.…

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German film festival provides fresh perspective on WWII

For the second week of a three-part Neuland / New Territories: German & Austrian Film Festival, last Monday Images Cinema turned to a documentary to explore one the many legacies…

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Octet a cappella hits Yankee Stadium

  A hallmark of athletic events is the singing of the national anthem before the game begins. For major events, like the Super Bowl or the World Series, famous singers…

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