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Arts & Culture

Musician explores gender in electronic genre

Sound artist and electronic musician Laetitia Sonami visited campus this week as part of an event series organized by opensignal, an artist collective formed through the Department of Music’s Multimedia and Electronic Music Experiments program. Sonami’s visit connects with opensignal’s interest ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Iranian pop singer discusses contemporary music

University Artist-in-Residence Mohsen Namjoo has been described as the “Bob Dylan of Iran” by the New York Times — the Iranian pop singer and political advocate presented a lecture Wednesday entitled “Shahram Shabpareh: Honesty and Minor Scale,” one of several musical talks he has hosted this ...

The Setonian
University News

New position increases support for grad students

A new position in the Graduate School — the associate dean of master’s education, created last month­­ — is seeking to improve master’s students’ experiences as this segment of the Brown student body becomes its fastest-growing. Don Operario, associate professor of public health and director ...

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University News

Series reflect Watson Institute mission

The Watson Institute for International Studies is hosting two lecture series this semester, with one devoted to security and the other exploring issues of governance and development, said Peter Andreas, associate director of the Watson Institute and professor of political science and international studies. The ...

The Setonian
Metro

Bill seeks to reduce frequency of R.I. teacher evaluations

A new teacher evaluation bill introduced by Rep. William O’Brien, D-North Providence, could spell the end of annual assessments of teachers in Rhode Island. Under the new system proposed by O’Brien, only teachers with poor efficacy ratings would be evaluated yearly. Teachers deemed “highly effective” ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Famed photographer gives snapshot of career

Gregory Crewdson, a photographer whose work has been widely exhibited in top art museums, presented some of his artistic creations in a talk Wednesday. Crewdson spoke to a sold-out Martinos Auditorium in the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts as part of an ongoing lecture series by ...

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Fall Dance Concert showcases range of student choreography

Video by Kavia Khosla and Maggie Livingstone. At this weekend’s annual student-choreographed Fall Dance Concert, attendees can expect lots of diversity and energy in all the pieces. The show covers a vast range of styles, including tap, ballet, aerial, modern and traditional Indian dance. Performances ...

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Arts & Culture

Q&A: Alum author discusses prize-winning novel

Last April, New York Times best selling author Meg Wolitzer ’81 published her ninth novel, “The Interestings,” which won an Amazon Best Book of the Month. The book follows the lives of an artistically talented group that meets as teenagers at summer camp, where they face the challenges of pursuing ...

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