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Caprice Turchiano, Staff Writer

Caprice Turchiano ’25 is a prospective political science and economics double major from New York City. She is a staff writer for the arts section.

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Bernstein (center) performed an African dance in ​​Kusika’s fall show in 2021. (Photo courtesy of Alex Bernstein.)

The Artist Otherwise Known As: Alex Bernstein ’23

Kathryn Cloonan and Caprice Turchiano March 9, 2022

As a lifelong dancer, beginning at age 2, Alex Bernstein ’23 came to the College intending to dance ballet and contemporary with CoDa and hip-hop with Nothin But Cuties (NBC). However, in their three...

Dancers from the Cie Hervé Koubi dance company throw each other into the air in What the Day Owes to the Night. (Photo courtesy of Nathalie Sternalski.)

Review: Cie Hervé Koubi performs What the Day Owes to the Night

Caprice Turchiano February 16, 2022
The Cie Hervé Koubi dance company performed What the Day Owes to the Night virtually on Feb. 10.
Student dancers (Beam Maskati, Keshini Cardozo, Sadie Fernandez, and Ashley Xu from left to right) perform Hidden Voices choreography. (Photo courtesy of Brad Wakoff.)

H.T. Chen & Dancers return to campus

Caprice Turchiano October 26, 2021
Whirling around the stage, one arm outstretched with a red lantern and the other clenched in a fist at the waist, the members of H.T. Chen & Dancers exhibited their talents and artistry — inspired by Asian American heritage — at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance on Oct. 15.
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