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Arts and Culture

ASL and deaf culture at the university: What’s new this semester?

Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) will be a new course offered this semester, and All Ears, an organization made by and for deaf/Hard of Hearing (HOH) students, has recently been recognized as an RSO at the university.

“Imprinted: Illustrating Race” to display over 200 years of illustrations on race at the Norman Rockwell Museum

The exhibit is co-curated by Robyn Phillips-Pendleton, a university professor of visual communications, and Stephanie Haboush Plunkett, the museum's deputy director and chief curator.

Why astrology is on the rise again

Between the countless memes on social media, apps like Co-Star that turn astrology into a social venture and even the horoscopes published in The Review, it seems as if astrology has more of an audience than ever.

The show must go on: Resident Ensemble Players poised to raise the curtain on upcoming 2022 season

The season will be notable not only for its long-awaited revival of in-person shows, but for accompanying regulations for actors, crew and audiences.

The Medium is the Message — The African Diaspora Story:” What’s next for the exhibit?

On Nov. 4 the exhibit “The Medium is the Message — The African Diaspora Story,” curated by Michael Dela Dika, opened its doors.

The D Sharps, the university’s premier all female-identifying acapella group, to open for the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall

On Dec. 20 the D Sharps will be opening for the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall in New York City as a part of the “Sounds of Christmas” program.

Hassan El-Amin takes on the vote: REP presents “Votetrickery: A Spoken Word Symphony”

“Votetrickery: A Spoken Word Symphony” can be found on the REP’s website for free from Dec. 1 to Dec. 19.

“A festival of feelings:” Indian Graduate Student Association holds first in-person Diwali festival since the pandemic began

On Nov. 13, the university’s Indian Graduate Student Association (IGSA) held its first in-person Diwali celebration since the COVID-19 pandemic began, making this year's celebration a time to reflect with optimism.

Western classical music meets Nigerian film

On Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. the university's symphony orchestra performed the live soundtrack for the world premiere of the film “Cordelia” in Mitchell Hall.

Returning to the stage: How the dance and drama departments are adjusting after COVID-19 lockdowns

As on- and off-campus life begins to adjust back to operating in person, there are few departments more grateful — and strained — than the dance and drama departments at the university.

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