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Stars donate time, money to victims

September 14, 2005 Jenise Beaman 0

In the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters to take place in United States history, celebrities are speaking out and joining forces to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx, who is working with the NAACP on Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, got together with evacuees and said, “Celebrities should get giving when the going gets tough. […]

ACT doubles the play, doubles the laughter with backstage antics

April 20, 2005 Jenise Beaman 0

All College Theatre (ACT) showcased its talent last week in the Don Evans Black Box Theatre, when members performed the classical farce “Noises Off” by Tony Award winner, Michael Frayn.

ACT kept the audience in hysterics on opening night with its rendition of “Noises Off,” a comedy that is, as director Kay Potucek put it, “a play within a play. […]

Three twists, six plays, 24 hours of high-voltage fun

February 2, 2005 Jenise Beaman 0

Students at the College got a chance to show off their acting, writing and directing abilities in front of a packed Cromwell Lounge during the second annual Wired!, the College’s 24-hour play competition sponsored by the Inter-Greek Council, (IGC), ink and All-College Theatre (ACT). […]

Find love on the web

March 31, 2004 Jenise Beaman 0

Love is in the air during springtime. However, if you are still feeling lonely or you’re just tired of going to clubs and bars in search of a mate and coming up empty-handed, then online dating may be the solution for you.

The thought of going online to meet someone can seem scary and even appear desperate. […]

Chinese language is art

February 11, 2004 Jenise Beaman 0

“Framed Character,” a book about Chinese writing authored by Arnold Au and illustrated by Fanky Chak, is an attempt to develop a deeper understanding of the words and writings of the Chinese language.

The book connects the meaning of words from the Chinese culture to the symbolic representations of the English culture. […]

Def Poetry jammers rhyme grades with dreams

April 1, 2003 Jenise Beaman 0

Ishle Park and Taylor Mali from Broadway’s Def Poetry Jam spoke the word last Wednesday in Kendall Hall. Park and Mali recited some of their famous poetry in addition to letting the College’s own students showcase their talent.

“An Evening of Spoken Word” opened with Mali’s poetry. […]