Elizabeth is a Senior Staff Writer for Arts and Culture. She is a freshman considering concentrating in VISA, English, or Art History, or some combination of the three. When she’s not painting, studying at Coffee Exchange or writing for the BDH, she likes to play really loud Chet Baker, read Beat literature out loud and watch Gilmore Girls at ridiculous hours.

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Conference highlights utilization of recycled artifacts, spaces, trends

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Conference highlights utilization of recycled artifacts, spaces, trends

September 18, 2017 0 comments

“Reuse, Reconsidered” took place this weekend in the Granoff Center for Performing Arts.

‘Menashe’ explores conflict between convention, individuality

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‘Menashe’ explores conflict between convention, individuality

September 5, 2017 0 comments

Despite the influx of students coming to campus for the start of fall semester, not many went to check out “Menashe,” a movie currently showing at the Avon.

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‘Shitfaced: Musings of a Former Drunk’ addresses alcoholism, undergrad experience

April 27, 2017 0 comments

Seamus Kirst ’13 tells a story that began even before he was born in “Shitfaced: Musings of a Former Drunk.”

Ranging from a melancholic portrait of a man to a serene ocean scene, colorful murals liven up the facades of shops, restaurants and other public buildings up and down Washington Street.

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Downtown murals add character to creative capital

April 26, 2017 0 comments

Walking down Washington Street, pedestrians encounter a series of murals on building facades and across various avenues.

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Reyes ’12 named program director of FLi Center

April 24, 2017 0 comments

Julio Reyes ’12 will be the inaugural program director for the First-Generation College and Low-Income Student Center starting June 15.

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Earth2Trump performance brings together art, protest

April 11, 2017 0 comments

Earth2Trump Roadshow of Resistance showed how performance can function as protest, featuring a series of acts that addressed President Trump’s policies.

Bob Dylan’s ‘Triplicate’ revels in nostalgia

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Bob Dylan’s ‘Triplicate’ revels in nostalgia

April 5, 2017 0 comments

Listening to “Triplicate,” Bob Dylan’s latest album released Mar. 3, it’s hard to imagine the Dylan who played at Brown in 1964.

Unearthed Fitzgerald story offers new insights

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Unearthed Fitzgerald story offers new insights

March 22, 2017 0 comments

“It fulfills all the requirements of fiction: it is one long sweet lie,” wrote F. Scott Fitzgerald in “The I.O.U.,” a story that came out in the New Yorker.

’80s synth-pop classic Depeche Mode releases new album

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’80s synth-pop classic Depeche Mode releases new album

March 22, 2017 0 comments

Depeche Mode has managed to keep up a pop beat without abandoning the intense philosophical and political undertones present in their lyrics.

The Magnetic Fields releases new 50-song album detailing musician’s life

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The Magnetic Fields releases new 50-song album detailing musician’s life

March 15, 2017 0 comments

Boston-based alternative act The Magnetic Fields, known for its self-effacing lyrics, released “Selections from 50 Song Memoir” to Spotify.