BY ALEX BERNARD
“Les Miserables” opened on Broadway in 1987. The show won eight Tony Awards, and now, through the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, the legendary musical comes to Michigan.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
Arts at Michigan hopes to make The Accolades a yearly event to celebrate all of the different arts opportunities on campus, not only to recognize the work of the organizations but to also inform the student body of what their fellow students are creating.
BY ALEX BERNARD
On March 28, no more than two weeks after the first mural was painted, a group of 11 students – each involved in the painting of at least one mural – met with Professor Dillard to discuss the murals, the movement and the future of the walls-turned-canvas.
BY GILLIAN JAKAB
Creativity is infectious, and with spring in the air the group hopes to spread the FOKUS bug with Vanguards, its annual block party, this Saturday in the Diag from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
Come next Sunday, then, Ann Arbor will have the opportunity to see the Akamus’s virtuosic and invigorating vision of Baroque and Classical music.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Spheeris is best known for directorial works, including the highly influential “Decline of Western Civilization” documentary series and comedy films like “Wayne’s World” and “The Little Rascals.”
BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
What sets “Doing White Nights” apart from the myriad of shows that grace Ann Arbor each year is that from beginning to end, the play has been completely student run and organized.
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