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A. G. Cook’s latest album Apple unearths a singular digital sound, with its reverberations extending far past genre conventions

A. G. Cook’s latest album ‘Apple’ unearths a singular digital sound, with its reverberations extending far past genre conventions

Phillip Pyle and Arts Desk September 30, 2020

Apple, A. G. Cook's second studio album, was released September 18, just one month after his 49 song studio debut, 7G (Photo courtesy of PC Music). Perhaps best known for his collaborations with Charli...

Senior art show, Slop, to open on Friday at WCMA

Senior art show, Slop, to open on Friday at WCMA

Alex Jen May 8, 2019

This year’s senior studio art show, Slop, opening May 10, features the work of the 12 graduating senior studio art majors at the College. Photo courtesy of Joseph Boncardo What does it mean to be...

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Raveena Aurora discusses music, creative process, identity

Surabhi Iyer April 10, 2019

PHILLIP PYLE/ARTS EDITOR Asian American Students in Action brought Raveena to Goodrich for an Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month kickoff concert. R&B singer Raveena Aurora and...

WCMA moves to Spring Street for the summer

WCMA moves to Spring Street for the summer

Zoé Chevalier April 10, 2019

ANIAH PRICE/PHOTO EDITOR 76 Spring Street, formerly Lickety Split, will house WCMA for the summer as Lawrence Hall undergoes renovation. Art will replace ice cream this summer as the Williams College...

Us: students react

“Us”: students react

Phillip Pyle April 10, 2019

Last Thursday, ACE held a screening of Jordan Peele’s hotly anticipated film "Us." After the film, I spoke with students about their reactions. Gavin Li ’22 “I honestly didn’t know what...

Jay Corey, videographer, films the College in a new light

Jay Corey, videographer, films the College in a new light

Phillip Pyle April 3, 2019

Director of Videography Jay Corey pursues inventive and creative projects about College life, including the “Shot a Day” initiative. Photo: Aniah Price, Photo Editor “It makes you have to think...

Step: a rhythmic history

Step: a rhythmic history

Lily Goldberg March 13, 2019

A rhythm swells in the ‘62 Center. Stomp. Clap. Tap. The rhythm spreads from one body to the next, a contagion that built until it exploded into synchronicity. This is the art of Sankofa, the College’s...

Eileen Myles poetry reading brings humor, heart to Brooks-Rogers

Eileen Myles poetry reading brings humor, heart to Brooks-Rogers

Lydia Duan March 6, 2019

SABRINE BRISMEUR/PHOTO EDITOR “I guess I’m an art writer and poet tonight,” deadpanned Eileen Myles, before breaking into a wide grin for a packed house in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall last Thursday....

Box Office Hours: ‘Burning’ with Anthony Y. Kim

Box Office Hours: ‘Burning’ with Anthony Y. Kim

Phillip Pyle March 6, 2019

Photo courtesy of CGV Arthouse. South Korean filmmaker Chang-dong Lee’s Burning is a daunting, enigmatic tale saturated with social critiques. Lee’s first film since 2010, Burning channels Lee’s...

‘XENOS’ stuns at ’62 Center

‘XENOS’ stuns at ’62 Center

Kaira Mediratta February 27, 2019

Akram Khan’s XENOS, which focuses on a colonial soldier after World War I, is his final solo show.  Photo courtesy of Jean-Louis Fernandez, 62 Center. Entering the main stage of the ’62 Center...

North Berkshire Artists Group promotes creativity in North Adams

North Berkshire Artists Group promotes creativity in North Adams

Lily Goldberg February 20, 2019

At the Artists Town Hall in August 2018, more than 100 local artists gathered at MASS MoCA to share resources and network.  Photo courtesy of Assets for Artists. Ashley...

Queer Zines workshop celebrates queer creativity, love in all forms

“Queer Zines” workshop celebrates queer creativity, love in all forms

Wilson Lam February 20, 2019

Students construct their own zines during the hands-on portion of Thursday’s workshop. Photo courtesy of Wilson Lam. The Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) commemorated Valentine’s...

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