Britney Spears. OutKast. Lil Mama. 50 Cent. Do those names ring any bells? Hit songs from the 2000’s rang across campus this past weekend, as Bates celebrated the final decade’s dance of the year, Millennium Dance. The decade’s dances were.
Whilst many a Batesie was enjoying the splendor of Short Term’s first weekend, I ventured south to another small college’s spring party weekend. Bowdoin Ivies, best described as a three-day, all-campus party, vastly differed from what us.
If you haven’t heard of the band Bleachers, you’re missing out. This group, led by ex-fun. front man Jack Antonoff, recently came to Portland’s State Theatre for a colossal concert experience. The band, on tour this year with their 2017 album.
While many members of the Bates community were celebrating St. Paddy’s Day at various events, this past Saturday evening I found myself in the Peter Gomes Chapel listening to some fantastic a cappella music. I was there to listen to Owlmen, a.
Free food filled the Den; wine and beer were sold at reduced price; condoms littered the tables. What event am I describing? None other than Sex Trivia hosted by Residential Life and the Feminist Collective. This past week has been Bates College Sex.
This past Friday, I found myself sitting alone with a member of Bates’ Filmboard as we watched the Senegalese film Hyènes (Hyenas). Though the original film (Frontières) was held up by last week’s snowstorm, I was excited that the Filmboard.
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.