The Dining Room was able to evoke many emotions from audience members. The realistic and diverse characters, hilarious jokes and deep concepts entertained the audience and provided a thought-provoking and different style of theatre.
Whether it be Taylor Swift, or Death Grips, people have an affinity for a genre. Brian Imanuel, an 18-year old rapper from Jakarta, Indonesia; shows his American fans why genre has no boundaries.
In a day dedicated to the Arts, the Fine Arts Festival and Spring Fling exhibited student talents with a variety of performances and artwork while clubs also raised money for a variety of causes. The Fine Arts Festival was held in the 3000 and Spring Fling on the back field and basketball courts behind the 3000, due to the current construction of the new building on the basketball courts located on the left of the 3000, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
A tremendous amount of practice and preparation go into the group’s fundraiser. Funds from singing grams, Halloween grams and candy cart sales all go towards trips the chorus takes to Carnegie Hall every other year.
At the Student Government Association’s (SGA) annual student talent show Feb. 8, more than ten acts captivated an audience of students, parents and faculty with a wide variety of musical talents.