“Quitters Never Win” tells the all-too-familiar story of an awkward reunion post-first-year in college.
Arts & Culture
Toronto-based rapper Drake raised a lot of questions when he dropped a surprise mixtape on a random Thursday earlier this month.
“Spring Awakening” alternates between punk-rock anthems and folk-infused ballads in its rousing exploration of the sexual liberation of German teenagers.
“It’s a really good first date opportunity,” said Stephen Crocker ’05.5, University multimedia production manager, of the Providence French Film Festival.
Providence-based project Magic Lantern Cinema strives to provide programs such as curated short films, experimental features and multimedia performances.
Kimaro did not screen her film but spoke about the varied dimensions of black identity in a lecture that formed part of the Black Heritage Series.
The show, despite abrupt shifts in tone, features both entertaining and passionate performances, such as ones dealing with Ferguson protests and city life.
On a snowy Tuesday afternoon, a drab conference room was lit up by the excitement and laughter of three 8-year-olds animatedly chatting.
The exhibit features portraits of 17 patients who suffer from rare diseases in order to spread awareness and appeal for funding for further research.
After endless discussion in the media, the highly anticipated film adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey” hit theaters this weekend.