In the back office of the Family Partnership Center sits a collection of students from the city of Poughkeepsie. Periodically, they erupt into thunderous fits of laughter and knee-slapping before returning to what they’re all really up to: the first read through of this semester’s Hip Hop Theatre script: Grindin’: The Come Up.
Hollywood is in a time of great upheaval; the Old Gods are falling, and something like the Academy Awards may now seem trivial.But change is already apparent, albeit in a small dose, in the current roster of Oscar nominees. Greta Gerwig, Jordan Peele, and Dee Rees are just some game-changing filmmakers to root for March 4, when the winners will be announced.
Missed our annual Fashion Show? Fear not--keep reading for a play-by-play of the event by our Media Director, Hannah Cho.
In this sense, “rocking your red” represents not only the presence of fall; but also millions of people who see their go to red lipstick as homages to progression in the face of exclusivity.
When you think high heels, what comes to your mind? Stilettos, maybe women at work? The origin of the trend couldn’t be farther from that image. New contributor Ariana Gravinese takes us on the historical journey of the heel from Versailles to YSL.
Stop by the Loeb this Thursday (11/2) to learn how Ruthie Davis does it all!
Through dance and form, Kibi considers her relationship between body, buildings and the architectural aspects that exist amidst the two