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Multimedia performance challenges justice system

In 2002, Bryonn Bain was pulled over for an extinct left taillight. He was arrested for three outstanding warrants — charges he denied — and spent three days and two nights in jail before he was released without being convicted. In the end, the wrongful charges were a case of identity theft. Out ...

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Campus blog showcases student fashion scene

For some, shopping period is a time of stress, frantic emails and existential crises. But for Roberto Gedeon ’15 and Alexandra Kordas ’15, Shopping Period is simply the next step in the evolution of their personal aesthetic — a street style blog aimed at bringing the multiplicity of student fashion ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Bell Gallery searches for new curator

With the recent departure of curator Ian Alden Russell, the David Winton Bell Gallery in List Art Center has embarked on a search for a new curator to select and maintain pieces for the gallery. Gallery Director Jo-Ann Conklin is spearheading the search. In the past, curators have stayed on the job ...

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Fashion showcase opens downtown

Emerging fashion designers will flaunt their new pieces in runway shows, showcases and a competition at StyleWeek Northeast, which started Monday at the Biltmore Hotel downtown. Rosanna Ortiz Sinel, president and founder of StyleWeek, started the event in 2009 with hopes of “connecting buyers and ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Fall concert to be held outdoors

Punk band Titus Andronicus will perform on Ruth J. Simmons Quadrangle Sept. 15, preceded by opening act TOKiMONSTA, at this year's Fall Concert. The concert will officially be held outside, the Brown Concert Agency announced via its blog Wednesday. "We bring people that we know will put on a good live ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Seminar designs exhibit for Chinese New Year

In celebration of the Chinese New Year that began two weeks ago, a new exhibit on display in the inner lobby of List Art Center showcases a collection of images — meant to ward off evil and bring good luck in the coming year — to herald the Year of the Dragon.

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