Articles by Kahini Mehta (4)

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

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Fall dance performance marks 50 years of dance program at University

November 25, 2019 0 comments

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.

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Lecture honors late professor, poet

October 31, 2019 0 comments

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.

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

October 16, 2019 0 comments

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.

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Author Steven Dunn presents interactive reading

September 23, 2019 0 comments

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.