For Spirit Week, we encouraged students to participate in the different themes for each day. A few of the themes were Halloween, Twin Day, and Hype Hour, which consisted of fun and games and a stellar performance by the Tiger Girls.
Similarly, Bliss enjoys playing with preconceptions in his work. Whether that entails the subject of his photos or his varying technique simply depends. Often, he uses flash to create a surreal effect, explaining that the extra light illuminates unpleasant details. Yet, the realistic nature of it allows his audience generate new ideas about ordinary things.
After a day of working with both of the visiting quartets, Dana Garcia (C’21) found that “working with both groups was an incredible opportunity.” She continued by telling how they were “all so happy to work with us and it was evident that they cared and wanted to make a difference.
In the year of 1965, disc jockey Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) moves from Crete to Saigon, a city in Vietnam that served as a pivotal location during U.S. soldiers’ deployment during the war.
Depicted as an irresponsible womanizer, Valentin lives in Acapulco and seems to sleep with women for a living.
Every Brilliant Thing is a one man show, and that man is Joshua Peterson. Directed by his wife, Amelia Peterson, the play follows the life of a young boy as he grows up trying to navigate life while simultaneously dealing with his mother’s attempted suicides.
Photo by Lucy Wimmer (C’20) By Anna Mann Executive Staff Isaac Sligh (C’18) sits outside…