- Aaron Kaufman's BlogApril 29, 2009
- Aparna Dua's BlogApril 27, 2009
Read more about the cricket and ebony madness this weekend!
- Collin Hazlett's BlogApril 26, 2009
Well, I didn't write any plays this week. But Shakespeare wrote some plays many thousands of weeks ago, and it was his birthday (we think) Thursday, and there was a massive party for him.
- Claire Weinberg's BlogApril 24, 2009
It's 80 degrees out, and Ebony is tonight.
- Jane Sturges' BlogApril 23, 2009
So, by now you probably know that I'm really into making music, but I am also a huge fan of finding new music and going to music concerts!! And I've had a blessedly music filled week or so! Here are a few of the highlights:
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogApril 21, 2009
I realized I don't often just talk about what I did on the weekend, which is always a question that comes up on tours. Of course, each weekend is different, and this weekend was a little different, too, since we had the second Accepted Student Days this weekend...MORE
- Collin Hazlett's BlogApril 20, 2009
The 24-Hour Show is another crazy Carleton Tradition/Event. It is not, as you might think, a show that lasts for 24 hours, but is instead a show that is planned, scripted, directed, practiced, and finally performed in a 24-hour period. With my affinity for writing silly plays, I naturally volunteered/was conscripted for this and ended up staying up all night Friday collaborating on a detective vs. mad scientist story, which, later that day and after a long nap, I saw brilliantly staged, along with three masterpieces written by other playwrights and directed and performed by other teams, in front of the largest audience that has ever witnessed one of my plays. It was pretty awesome.
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogApril 19, 2009
Guess what I did today (along with about 200 other Carleton students)? Danced for 4 hours. And watched other people dance. Today was the first Ebony showing, so everyone in Ebony shows the dances they've been working on for the last 3 weeks and we all get to watch the dances we aren't in. Of course, with 200 dancers and over 20 dancers this takes a while...MORE
- Claire Weinberg's BlogApril 17, 2009
So, it's the second Accepted Students Weekend, and my family is coming to visit!
- Jane Sturges' BlogApril 14, 2009
First of all, this was an amazing weekend - the Drag Show was absolutely crazy, in an awesome way, the gender movie night, where Normal was shown seemed to go really well, Convo was really amazing and the Admissions Panel and Drag Panel were each really exciting. There's a new group that's talking about body positivity that's great too. All in all, a good weekend. In light of the Admissions Panel, I want to address a question that came up:
How do you deal with being plopped in the middle of nowhere, in a relatively homogeneous place, far from any major cultural centers?
- Aaron Kaufman's BlogApril 14, 2009
Anyone walking anywhere between Sayles and the Library (and let's be honest that's basically everyone on campus) today is bound to know that today is Kate Malecek's birthday. Who is Kate Malecek? I don't know, but last night her friends went to town on the sidewalks with some chalk and now the whole campus knows...MORE
- Aparna Dua's BlogApril 11, 2009
more traveling, sun, architecture, long walks, old buildings, chocolates, cheese, waffles, fries, beer, lace, diamonds, sleep, reading, hostels, friends= my spring break in Belgium and Netherlands
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