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Yeasayer completes Spring Weekend lineup

Yeasayer, an experimental indie rock band, will open Friday’s Spring Weekend concert, Brown Concert Agency announced on its blog Tuesday. Though BCA released the rest of the lineup Monday night, it withheld the name of the final performer until Tuesday due to contract negotiations. “We had one little ...

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Panelists discuss ‘Palestinian question,’ peace process

“When it comes to Palestine, the laws of physics do not apply. You cannot say that for every action there is an incurrent opposite reaction,” said Hanan Ashrawi, a Palestinian legislator, activist and scholar to a crowded Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Thursday evening. Ashrawi ...

Science & Research

Panelists discuss Latin American climate change efforts

Updated on February 26, 2015 at 8:35 p.m. In anticipation of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will be held in Paris in December, speakers from various institutions gathered at the Joukowsky Forum of the Watson Institute for International Studies Wednesday to discuss the progress ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Magic Lantern Cinema showcases experimental films

Poetry, discourse, commentaries and analysis: Literature often takes forms that deviate from a traditional narrative to explore arcane and obscure notions. For cinema, these ideas seem less approachable, but experimental films aim to break such barriers. Originating with the avant-garde movement in ...

The Setonian

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ does not leave audience begging for more

After endless discussion in the media, delving into casting fuss and release date strategies, the highly anticipated film adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey” hit theaters this weekend. Though the film’s creators promised it would  whip the audience to climax and break cinematic barriers by depicting ...

Arts & Culture

“Cuba in Splinters” explores national identity, belonging

Standing at a podium in the McCormack Family Theater, Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo conjured criticism of his home country in flowing Spanish interspersed with English translations for a small gathering of students, faculty members and writers. Reading from “Cuba in Splinters,” a recently published collection ...

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