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Through sound and shape: Alonzo King LINES Ballet performance

Title: Through sound and shape: Alonzo King LINES Ballet performance Author: Jessica Yang, Arts Writer   Celebrated contemporary ballet company, Alonzo King LINES seeks to explore the possibilities of movement and instill new meanings to traditional ballet. The company was founded in 1982 and is guided by the unique artistic vision of Alonzo King. It… Keep Reading

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Diet Cig and Calypso Baby Preform at Olde Club Show

The crispness of fall came early and the Olde Club show started late last Friday evening. That night the first major concert with an off-campus group performing went off without a hitch. It featured music from two experimental pop groups,  By 10 p.m a crowd had already started to form and it was sizable though… Keep Reading

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The sounds of pub nite always lead back to semisonic

Pub Nite can be pretty predictable when it comes to music. In the later part of the night, after the lights are turned off, music always shifts towards hits that are more dance-worthy, and of course, the night isn’t over until “American Pie” by Don McLean is played, followed by Semisonic’s “Closing Time.” “American Pie”… Keep Reading

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RnM leads celebration of divas

This past Friday, Rhythm n’ Motion dance company hosted the annual Diva Party in Paces. “Diva” colloquially refers to a number of female artists that have produced music with feminist undertones, including Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Fergie, Missy Elliot, and many more. At the party, RnM members played songs by these divas and more. For many… Keep Reading

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