‘Confused’ drunk student attempts to hitch a ride

January 28, 2009 Katie Brenzel 0

On Jan. 21 at 3 a.m., a Campus Police officer on vehicle patrol observed a male student standing at the intersection of C Street and Metzger Drive talking to a stopped driver.

The driver informed the officer that the supposed intoxicated pedestrian had requested a ride to Cromwell Hall. […]

Parody abounds in Black Box

November 12, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

Theater enthusiasts flocked to the Don Evans Black Box Theatre on Nov. 6 for the opening night of the double-billed presentation of Seymour Barab’s “A Game of Chance” and “La Pizza con Funghi.”

Thursday night’s performance was the first of four, held from Nov. […]

‘Rock star’ poet packs Library Auditorium

October 29, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

On Oct. 23, Ink introduced “rock star” poet and editor Joshua Beckman to the College.

Beckman, who earned his bachelor’s degree from Hampshire College studying poetry and the art of the book, gave a reading and answered questions at Ink’s Visiting Writer Series. […]

Ewing and College unite for Community Fest

October 29, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

Students and residents of Ewing Township braved the wind and rain at the annual Community Fest, hosted at the College Saturday. As promised, the festival was held despite the inclement weather. Equipped with umbrellas and ponchos, residents eagerly gathered at this highly anticipated event, contributing to the culmination of communal and seasonal spirit. […]

Attic produces club-like Ratmosphere

October 22, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

Last Friday, students were greeted by a clash of style and rhythm and treated to the musical talents of student bands Attic and Electric Panel at the College Union Board’s Student Band night.

Attic took the stage first, opening with John Legend’s “Ordinary People,” incorporating their characteristic hip-hop sound into the song. […]

Poet explores the human condition

October 8, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

Poetry lovers flocked to the New Library Auditorium Oct. 2 for this year’s first edition of the Visiting Writer’s Series, sponsored by Ink.

The tranquil yet emphatic voice of poet Tracy K. Smith captivated a full audience of eager listeners. Smith read works from her books, “The Body’s Question” and “Duende. […]

Leading playwrights examine Wilder’s influence on theater

October 8, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

Students, faculty and other enthused intellectuals gathered for a lecture titled “Playwrights on Wilder,” on Oct. 3. Sharing in this exaltation of Thornton Wilder’s works were four contemporary playwrights whom the audience observed with fascinated silence as Tina Howe, Donald Margulies, Lee Blessing and Edward Albee approached the stage of the Mildred and Ernest E. […]

‘Oooktails’ ignite stage at WTSR concert

September 24, 2008 Katie Brenzel 0

College students were faced with the ultimate conundrum last Wednesday night: whether to attend a night of comedy or music.

Those who attended The Molotov Cocktails concert, sponsored by WTSR and held in the Kendall Hall television studio, were delighted when they were treated to both. […]

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