A Midsummer Night’s Dream Delights

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On May 5-9 in Wright Theater, Professor of Theatre Claudio Medeiros ’90 directed Shakespeare’s beloved comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, presenting a sparkling bookend to the College’s interdisciplinary winter and spring semester celebrations of the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death.

Art Installation Addresses Sexual Assault

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“Not asking for it,” the first sign in the lineup read. “Still not asking for it,” the next two read. And finally: “Sexual assault leaves a mark.”

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PTSD Play Brings Humor to Healing

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Content Warning: Sexual Assault What does it mean to combine laughter and healing? To be the “perfect” survivor? And what do clowns and “panda puppies”[…]

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Seniors to Present Science Theses

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Graduating seniors will present their senior science theses this May. Their theses represent at least a year’s worth of original research. Many students consider  doing[…]

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Performing Arts Spotlight: Scenes and Songs

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Scenes and Songs is an annual performance of musical theatre with selections from opera to Broadway performed by students. The evening promises an intriguing medley[…]

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Booking It: The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps

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The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps is a beautifully written novel filled with electric prose. Containing unforgettable lines such as “Metamorphosis is like death,” this work[…]

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