Over winter break, I had the pleasure of experiencing a quaint, hidden cafe in Auburn. As an avid cafe lover, and lover of all things food, finding this cute small restaurant was the best thing that could have happened to me that Wednesday. Located.
Futuristic sci-fi is not the first genre I search for when going to the movie theater. However, every once in awhile there will be one film that catches my attention and truly impresses and entertains me. Perhaps it was Chris Pratt (whose movie.
Aside from the chai and cookies, the best part about Village Club Series is listening to original music for an evening every single Thursday. This semester’s performance roster has truly been stacked – from Ryanhood, to Elizabeth Acevedo, to.
It started in caps and gowns. They both stood at the podium whispering to each other, waiting to begin. “Are you wearing deodorant? I don’t think you’re wearing deodorant.” “I never wear deodorant.” They begin their.
To say that Bates students are passionate about community engagement is an understatement. Many take part in classroom help in the local middle school or one of the several elementary schools near campus either during the day or after school..
The Rhetoric Department has done a fantastic job bringing screenwriters and new films to campus to give students a look into the film industry. On Wednesday, November 2, Jason Hellerman brought his film, “Shovel Buddies,” to the Filene.
Elizabeth Acevedo performed several of her spoken word poems in the Benjamin E. Mays Center this past Thursday. Known for her discussion of social issues such as race, many students were excited to host her last week. Acevedo did not disappoint;.
By the time I got to VCS this week – which was at 9:10, approximately – I was disappointed by an empty chai dispenser; however, Matt Hires’s music quickly refocused my attention to the main event on stage. Returning for his second year in.
Whether they are re in the basement of 280, the Little Room in Chase Hall or the Ronj, the Strange Bedfellows, Bates’ improvisation comedy group, have certainly created an entertaining reputation for themselves. While the group is small in.
We first treated ourselves to the chocolate chip cookies and breath mints in the lobby. Sitting in the back of the Terrace in Merrill Auditorium, we waited in anxious anticipation for her to walk out on stage. First came her pianist, Mary Mitchell,.