Each fall, Bates Dance come together to produce a fall concert; this fall, the concert included performances by DANC253: Repertory Performance, DANC270: Improvisation, and thesis research by Laura Pietropaoli ’17. Repertory Performance involves.
I remember sneaking maple leaf foil-covered chocolates from my family’s fancy dining room glass candy dishes when I was barely as tall as the bureau on which they were placed; now, I openly stock up on three slices of pie while my family scoops.
Need an extra condom, anyone? After attending the Bates Sex Week a cappella concert, audience members are stocked up on both the flavored and lubricated rubbers that covered every table in the Fireplace Lounge this past Wednesday night. Sex Week.
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;.
In a dark and stormy theatre, a group of performers are rehearsing for the opening of Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, under the direction of Katherine Van Patten ’17. Van Patten is directing the play in conjunction with her senior thesis.
Back to Bates Weekend dinner experiences started without gusto: I was eating cold gluten-free, lactose-free pizza on a Friday night. I had missed dinner, and was eating the leftovers of my dear friend, Taryn Bedard ’18. The cold mystery pizza.
This past Saturday night, I searched the streets of Brunswick, ME high and low for a restaurant to satisfy my craving for Indian food. Suddenly, near the end of the street, was a warm haven: Shere Punjab. As I entered the cozy single-room.
“Bootylicious” blasts on the stereo. Dancers stretch and chatter quietly amongst themselves. Finally, the man of the hour comes in and calls the rehearsal into order. Who is this man? Sean Dorsey, a charismatic and lighthearted.
Every summer, the Bates College campus is overtaken by several camps and academic conferences, as well as the Bates Dance Festival (BDF). The Festival consists of dance and dance-related courses (such as filmmaking and music) during the day and.