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As I entered the Arthur Miller Theater for the Department of Theatre & Drama’s production of “Sense and Sensibility,” I’ll admit that I was skeptical. Could a Jane Austen novel really be adapted for the stage?

Natalie Kastner

Looking out my fourth floor window, I see a world that big cities, especially those on the West Coast where I’m from, won’t understand. Washington D.C. has cherry blossoms that unfold in spring, New York City has the thrill of a snow-kissed winter, but Ann Arbor was granted fall.

Grupo Corpo

Unfortunately, the show failed to be this engaging throughout. The Brazilian modern dance group performed two 45-minute works — “Bach” and “Gira” — which were touted by the University Musical Society’s preview as “wildly different.” Contradictingly, I noticed a lot of similarities.

Natalie Kastner

With Rowe’s petite yet fiery frame, she commanded the Jazz Ensemble to an unmatched vibrancy.

Eli Rallo

Pursell’s prose writing is extremely visceral and poetic — it builds worlds around you as you read. As a young person, she won awards for her poetry and in her adult writing career, she’s honed her poetic expertise in her prose.

Natalie Kastner

Although the music was seemingly flawless, the performers struggled to maintain their emotional connection to the music.

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Sammy Sussman

If this concert was a sign of what’s to come for the University Philharmonia Orchestra under Adrian Slywotzky this coming year, I can’t help but be excited.

Dana Pierangeli

With a dedicated group of students, a fantastic line-up and a legacy of excellence to back them up, every Symphony Band concert is history in the making.

Atomic Omelet

In addition to being excited about the venue, the band members couldn’t stop raving about the other musicians that will be playing alongside them.