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Articles by Kahini Mehta (4)

Dance Extension’s and Divine Rhythm’s performances featured students and guest choreographers such as Danny Buraczeski.

Arts & Culture

Fall dance performance marks 50 years of dance program at University

November 25, 2019 Comments are Disabled

In 1969, Julie Strandberg, distinguished senior lecturer in theatre arts and performance studies, founded the University’s Dance Program in the physical education department of Pembroke College.

Feinsod, a professor of comparative literature at Northwestern, spoke on how poetry can give voice to common crises of our time.

Arts & Culture

Lecture honors late professor, poet

October 31, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Each year since the unexpected passing of C.D. Wright in 2016, the late professor of literary arts has been honored through a lecture in her name.

Kay ’10 and Kaye ’10 were united by their shared cultural backgrounds and passion for spoken word poetry. The longtime friends and performance duo co-direct Project VOICE — a program which brings poetry to schools to empower students.

Arts & Culture

Project VOICE brings Sarah Kay ’10 and Phil Kaye ’10 back to Providence

October 16, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Poets Sarah Kay ’10 MAT’12 and Phil Kaye ’10 met at a first-year talent show at the University. “I was getting ready to go on, … and they said, ‘Oh, you’re Sarah’s brother,’” Kaye said, remembering his performance at the talent show during first-year orientation.

Dunn discussed military culture in his work to an audience of “Writers on Writing” students and other community members.

Arts & Culture

Author Steven Dunn presents interactive reading

September 23, 2019 Comments are Disabled

When the spotlight shone on Steven Dunn, a former member of the Navy, he was not alone; with him were Mike Malpiedi, event specialist at the University, Kendall Morris GS, MFA Candidate for Poetry and Shingai Kagunda GS, MFA Candidate for Fiction.