The Village Club Series never fails to entertain the Bates student body. Held every Thursday evening at 9:00 p.m. in the Benjamin Mays Center, this event brings incredibly talented musical groups to campus to perform original songs in addition to.
They aren’t your average shower singing, karaoke hobbyists. As a self-proclaimed professional car singer (only whilst driving alone of course), I can confidently say that the a cappella groups on campus never fail to produce incredibly successful.
Part of the beauty of Short Term is the possibility to enhance one’s experience in the arts. With such a prevalent yet underappreciated arts scene on campus, Bates provides endless opportunities for students to engage in dance, theater, ceramics,.
The Africana Fashion Show took place on March 25 in Olin Arts Center. With everything from modeling to West African dance and song, this performance truly captured the rich culture and diversity of the African continent as well as at Bates. Gift.
Going to dinner in L/A tends to be a Bates favorite, no matter where it is. Last Friday night, Gritty’s was calling my name. The cute and quaint bar and grill sits on the corner of Main Street and Court Street in Auburn, and it never fails to.
Decades ago it was just a train station. As a prevalent part of Lewiston’s colorful and booming mill-town history, trains were a regular mode of transportation. Supplies, workers, equipment and now delicious entrees at a reasonable price.
Maine is definitely not the first state that comes to mind when we talk about dance. New York, California and the Midwest might be on the list, but perhaps not Maine. The annual F.A.B. (Franco And Bates) performance, however, exemplifies just how.
Last week, the Benjamin Mays Center opened its doors with a warm welcome to Sister Outsider, one of the nation’s most prominent and powerful spoken word duos. Sister Outsider travels to numerous colleges and universities in an effort to facilitate.
I’ll admit it: on the opening night of Star Wars, my friend and I walked proudly past the crowd of die-hards and into the only theater playing something other than the much-too-late next installment of this famous movie series. It was unfortunate.
Village Club Series never fails to deliver the best of the best when it comes to our Thursday night entertainment. While student performances always make us feel proud to see our fellow Batesies on the stage—with musical performances ranging from.