Arts

As I Lay Dying faithful to Faulkner’s classic

By VICTORIA YOUNGBLOOD – 8 years ago

In The Miscellany News’s October 2 issue, Lily Sloss ’14 published “Gordon-Levitt script looks at vice, morality,” a great review of Joseph Gordon Levitt’s “Don Jon” by outlining the film…

Laughs are hard to find in fall comedy lineup

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

It’s that time of year, when all of the TV networks debut their new shows, half of which will be completely forgotten within a year. This has been a particularly…

Hudson Valley Arts 10/3/13

By – 8 years ago

Bradford Graves Sculpture Park Through Oct. 31 Off route 209, Kerhonkson, N.Y. Sculpture park features over 600 works by Graves. Pieces are mostly in stone, and smaller pieces and bronze…

Famed British chorus to serenade Skinner

By MARGARET YAP – 8 years ago

Hailing from Britain, the Grammy nominated, highly acclaimed vocal ensemble Stile Antico will take the Skinner Music Hall stage on Sunday October 6. The singers will perform a concert titled…

Cancer fundraiser unites campus musicians

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

Now in its second year at Vassar, Tunes 4 Tay will bring six student musical groups together, ranging from a capella to ukulele, all to raise funds for pediatric cancer…

D’Ambra embraces hands-on approach to ancient art

By ZOE KURTZ – 8 years ago

Professor of Art Eve D’Ambra is busy this semester, immersed in cultures of the past— ancient Greece and Rome. She teaches seven lectures in the Art History 105-106 course, Greek…

Poring over the origins of a Netflix hit

By EMMA DANIELS – 8 years ago

After binge-watching Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, arguably this summer’s most talked about television series, I decided to go to its source: Piper Kerman’s 2011 memoir Orange is the…

Gordon-Levitt script looks at vice, morality

By LILY SLOSS – 8 years ago

Due to “no pants Friday,” a history paper on the horizon and the incalculable impact of a solid outline, I am going to review the odd film Don Jon in…