People listen to all kinds of tunes as they prepare for the gym; this past week, I dug a little deeper into why people listen to what they do as they are physically active. Research conducted in the past 10 years has indicated that music during.
From a young age, I have been an avid reader; I pride myself in my third-grade Berenstain Bears library, high school collection of dystopian fiction, and collegiate assortment of French theatre. With new technology, like Nooks, Kindles, and e-books,.
Like many of you, I use the music-sharing platform Spotify as my primary listening app. Each week, Spotify generates a new playlist of 30 songs specifically chosen to match each listener’s preferences, called Discover Weekly. My Discover Weekly.
This week, Editor-in-Chief Halley Posner ’18 had the opportunity to interview Matthew Szlachetka ’02, known as the musical artist Szlachetka (pronounced SLA-HET-KA), about his upcoming album and journey in the music industry. Szlachetka also.
VCS, often a music-exclusive space, hosted slam poet Ashlee Haze on November 30. Haze, a Chicago transplant currently living in Atlanta, has received several slam poetry honors since formally entering the scene as the Grand Prize Winner of V-103’s.
A DJ’s thumping bass blares throughout the Gray Cage, I am gently swaying with the pulsating crowd; communication with friends becomes a game of lip-reading. Where am I? The Gray Cage before Bates’ Fall Concert performance, Lil Yachty. As many.
This past week, Bates and Lewiston hosted the Tournées Film Festival. The festival, a presentation of Francophone cinema, was brought to campus through close collaboration between Bates students, faculty, and community members. The festival was.
This past week, I did everyone on campus a favor: I went and taste-tested the food at two fine food establishments in the town of Brunswick, ME. If you ever get tired of Commons, read on to discover two places off-campus to visit for a bite to eat.
On a dark and stormy night, I cozied up in the windowsill of the Benjamin E. Mays Center for another night of acoustic music at the Village Club Series (VCS) concert. Freddy and Francine, the group of the week, warmed up the cold weather with their.
Yet again, Alan Carr presented to me and the Bates community a wonderful night of music. The Resinosa Ensemble, composed of Joëlle Morris (mezzo-soprano), Eliza Meyer (cello), and Bridget Convey (piano) delighted the Olin Concert Hall with their.