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Fire Hazard, the fourth student band to play, performs their set. (Tatiana Geroulanou/The Williams Record)

Three student bands win Battle of the Bands competition

Inés Garcia, Ava Rahman, and Dilay Kalınoğlu February 21, 2024
Student bands Space Bar, Period, and Desert Gothic won the competition to play at Spring Fling.
A tondo by David-Jeremiah hangs in the Manton Research Center. (Hugh Kane/The Williams Record)

The Clark debuts new David-Jeremiah exhibit ‘I Drive Thee’

Hugh Kane February 21, 2024
David-Jeremiah’s “I Drive Thee” opened on Feb. 10 at the Clark.
Cap & Bells’ Peter and the Starcatcher explores themes of childhood

Cap & Bells’ Peter and the Starcatcher explores themes of childhood

Tatiana Geroulanou and Viviana Rodriguez February 21, 2024
This Thursday and Friday, Cap & Bells will bring audiences a sense of whimsy, imagination, and child-like wonder in its production of Rick Elice’s play Peter and the Starcatcher.
Artist Elle Pérez kicks off art department lecture series with talk on photography

Artist Elle Pérez kicks off art department lecture series with talk on photography

Rosario Carranza and Ava Rahman February 14, 2024
Pérez, a former visiting lecturer at the College, presented their photography and spoke about their development as an artist.
Queering Perspectives Festival begins, challenges performance norms

Queering Perspectives Festival begins, challenges performance norms

Shane Stackpole and Ella Bruff February 14, 2024
The Queering Perspectives Festival, hosted by the '62 Center, opened last weekend and will run through the end of February.
The Art Seen, a new virtual gallery intended to increase accessibility to art markets, currently displays and sells pieces by students at the College. (Image courtesy of Josie Overbeck.)

Nick Garlid ’25 launches The Art Seen digital gallery for student artists

Luke Chinman February 7, 2024
The Art Seen, a new digital gallery, seeks to give student artists a glimpse of the professional art world.
Images in Review: Poor Things

Images in Review: Poor Things

Rosario Carranza February 7, 2024
Rosario Carranza '27 reviews Oscar-nominated film Poor Things.
The Artist Otherwise Known As: Musician and songwriter Rein Vaska ’25

The Artist Otherwise Known As: Musician and songwriter Rein Vaska ’25

Shane Stackpole February 7, 2024
Rein Vaska '25 is a musician and songwriter who released an album last month.
Opera Workshop offered as Winter Study course,  performs Don Giovanni

Opera Workshop offered as Winter Study course, performs Don Giovanni

Rosario Carranza January 24, 2024
The College’s Opera Workshop was offered this year as a Winter Study course and is performing Don Giovanni.
Special Collections exhibit celebrates 125 years of Cap & Bells

Special Collections exhibit celebrates 125 years of Cap & Bells

Shane Stackpole January 24, 2024
Special Collections opened “Spotlight on Tradition: 125 Years of Cap & Bells” — a new exhibit that celebrates the 125th anniversary of the student theatre group — on Tuesday Jan. 16. The exhibit will be open through the first week of March.
‘Tunes for Goons’: First-years organize concert in Sage basement

‘Tunes for Goons’: First-years organize concert in Sage basement

Juno Pelczar and Haley Zimmerman January 24, 2024
First-year band members held a show in Sage basement as the first step toward expanding the live music scene on campus.
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