Arts

Black Arts Coffeehouse Highlights Student Talent
Arts

Black Arts Coffeehouse Highlights Student Talent

With a rich, drawling voice, Blake Campbell ’18 performed Nina Simone’s jazzy “Mississippi Goddam” in a capella style in the Black Arts Coffeehouse last Friday evening. As she belted increasingly higher notes, Campbell referenced to the injustice of colored people, concluding each verse with “Mississippi Goddam!” “I know that [Nina Simone is] someone that we…

Arts

Gelb Gallery Exhibit Unites Organic and Industrial Life in Sculptures

Leaning in various directions, nine beige-colored and spotted dried gourds sit arranged in a square atop a Jenga-like wooden stand structure. While the bottom half of each gourd was molded into a stable, cubic form, the upper ends freely elongated into various natural and organic shapes. This structure, along with seven others of varying heights,…

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Faculty Chamber Music Concert Features Performances by Several Music Instructors

Belting a seemingly impossibly high melody that soared throughout the Timken Room, Barbara Kilduff, Adjunct Instructor in Music, sang Johannes Brahms’s “Liebeslieder Walzer, Op. 52” during last Friday’s Faculty Chamber Music Concert. Following piano accompanists Christopher Walter, former Instructor in Music, and Rebecca Plummer, Adjunct Instructor in Music, tenor Eric Christopher Perry, Adjunct Instructor in…

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