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Mezcla celebrates 25th anniversary with spring show

The University’s Latinx dance troupe, Mezcla, hosted two high-energy, sold-out shows Friday and Saturday night in Alumnae Hall. The shows celebrated the group’s 25th anniversary as a campus organization. The shows commenced at 7 p.m., and admission was free of charge to maintain Mezcla’s tradition ...


Fashion@Brown hosts annual runway show

A bright array of bold, vibrant looks designed and modeled by Brown and Rhode Island School of Design students captivated audience members in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Thursday at Fashion@Brown’s 10th annual runway show. “It’s a terrific landmark,” wrote Sasha Pinto ’21, president ...


‘the goop lab’ is awesomely absurd

“At the center of this glass bottle is rose quartz — the crystal of compassion, tenderness, and comfort,” describes an $80 water bottle on Santa Monica-based lifestyle brand goop’s web store.  The Netflix series, “the goop lab,” released on Jan. 24, serves as a sort of realization of this ...

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‘This is Your Life’ unpacks universal experiences

Two hundred and ten hours. That is how long it took Jake Ruggiero ’22 and Rémy Poisson ’22, both dual degree students and illustrators for The Herald’s post- magazine, to complete their Collaborative Study Project, titled “This is Your Life.”  The piece contained eight separate graphite ...

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Fusion dancers reaffirm company values

Dancers moved with grace and fluidity in Fusion Dance Company’s 37th Annual Spring Show this past weekend, offering an emphatic and stylistically diverse performance. The performance’s medley is emblematic of the dance group’s values. Fusion was founded in 1983 by Paula Franklin, who “felt the ...


Latest BTS album dominates international charts

On Feb. 21, the South-Korean boy band BTS (Beyond the Scene) released their seventh studio album “Map of the Soul: 7.” The album is made up of 20 tracks, five of which come from their previous album “Map of the Soul: Persona.” Each track, regardless of whether it was pre-released or not, secured ...


‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ fails to woo viewers

On Feb. 12 — just two days before Valentine’s Day — Netflix released “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” the sequel to the sensational 2018 rom-com “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” The film adaptation roughly parallels the second book of author Jenny Han’s trilogy “To All ...


Okay Kaya bends genre to explore melancholic humor

Okay Kaya’s second studio-length album is a cathartic recollection and release of intimate memory. “Watch This Liquid Pour Itself,” released Jan. 24, pushes Kaya’s genre-bending sound further than past experiments; here, she oscillates between moments of wistful, folkish R&B and bullish ...


‘Miss Americana’ sparks empathy for Taylor Swift

On Jan. 31, the release of Taylor Swift’s intimate documentary “Miss Americana” took Netflix by storm. Directed by Emmy-Award winner Lana Wilson, the documentary follows Swift on her long-winded search for “happiness without anyone else’s input,” highlighting her struggles against criticisms, ...

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CHRHS screens ‘The Uncondemned’ at Watson Institute

Before international lawyers, activists and Rwandan women worked to win justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, rape had never before been prosecuted as a war crime. “The Uncondemned,” a documentary screened by the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies Thursday evening, ...

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BMP screens alum’s new show ‘Briarpatch’

Brown Motion Pictures hosted an advance screening Tuesday night of “Briarpatch,” a new television series created by “The Watch” podcast host and screenwriter Andy Greenwald ’99.  The show, which premieres on USA Network tonight, is an adaptation of the book by the same title. It tells the ...

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