FUTURE: President Ron Liebowitz spoke to community members at Hassenfeld Conference Center on Wednesday evening.
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BLAST FROM THE PAST: Company B sang renditions of Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors” and Van Morrison’s “Moondance.”
MIRRORED MAUVE: “One Week” choreographed by Lindsay Weiner ’18 perfectly fit the throwback theme.
LIMBS OF LANGUAGE: “Human” choreographed by Julie Joseph ’18, was performed by the Dance Ensemble.
ICY ATTITUDE: The Ballet Club performed “Waltz of the Snowflakes” from “The Nutcracker.”
BAND IN BLUE: A student band called “The MAD Band” performs, clad in shiny blue hats.
DANCING IN THE DARK: Student dancers perform a choreographed piece.
RATHER BE GIRAFFES: RBG sang “Mistakes” by Andra Day and “Jackrabbit” by San Fermin.
SAMSAS, UNHINGED: Gregor rolls on the floor as his father, Mr. Samsa, (Anderson Stinson III ’21) stands above him, while Mrs. Samsa grasps his arm.
MOTHER AND SON: Gregor Samsa crouches in his web-like bedroom as his mother (Renata Leighton ’21) reaches in.
FAMILY VALUES: The Samsa family crowds around the tenant (Amber Crossman ’21) as Gregor (Norma Stobbe ’20) lurks behind.
SCULPTURE OF A GIRL: Much of Akiyama’s work shows figures obstructed or melded with images of the natural world.
BUST IN BLUE: Akiyama’s wooden bust appears dipped in navy paint, splitting up the visual plane of the piece.
PERUSING PIECES: Two people study the small bust, the face of which has been replaced by a painting of a landscape.
CHATTING OVER CHINESE FOOD: Students laugh while playing icebreakers over their meal.
BREAKING BREAD: Two students chat over the food the BC3 prepared for their welcome back event.