Day: October 8, 2014

Hartzell’s artistic prowess displayed on walls of Mug

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 8 years ago

Freshman Jamie Hartzell makes artistic debut early on into her Vassar career. Thanks to Idlewood and the “Siren Songs” concert, Hartzell has been able to exhibit artwork on the walls…

First Showings to exhibit student choreography, process

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 8 years ago

For members of Vassar Repertory Dance Theatre (VRDT), the ever-evolving creative and technical processes that go into choreography are given equal levity to the performance itself. For their debut performance…

Masters and Masters to merge musical styles at Loeb

By JAKE SOLOMON – 8 years ago

In Vassar’s artistic student body, it isn’t too hard to find talented singers and musicians. However, for an artist to find someone with whom they have a musical and emotional…

Band name not indicative of bright future

By YORK CHEN – 8 years ago

The famed language cognoscente of early 20th century America H.L. Mencken described certain words as “intrinsically musical, in clang-tint and rhythm,” presenting “cellar door” as a particularly melic phrase (The…

Evolution of Gambino evident in album

By FRANK HOFFMAN – 8 years ago

Childish Gambino is unpredictable. When you listen to Rick Ross, you know exactly what you’re getting. I’m a Ross fan, but when it comes to putting out music, he follows…

Rhimes produces TV success once again

By SAACHI JAIN – 8 years ago

The new ABC legal drama “How To Get Away With Murder,” written by “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” writers Shonda Rhimes and Peter Nowalk, has received high praise from numerous critics,…