Community Culture

Though we hate to admit it, our mothers are usually almost always right: eat your vegetables.


As the new Distinguished International Writer-in-Residence for the Zell Visiting Writers Series, Miéville appeared at a rash of campus events all week, addressing everything from ‘World War Z’ to the Brexit debate.

The show is done in its original language, Azerbaijani, and there will be supertitles above the stage translating the Azerbaijani into English.

“The Drowsy Chaperone,” a show that is defined as “a musical within a comedy,” follows the story of glamorous Broadway star Janet, and her groom-to-be Robert, at the Tottendale mansion.

They’re not going to be swayed by these kinds of depictions of him. Enraged, maybe, or provoked to defend, or just dismissive.

Although rejection was not something I was proud of, it came from a positive trait of mine: my willingness to always try.

The plates in our hands served as the unifying force between us –– a group of college students striving to grasp onto that sense of community that surrounds us but often eludes us.

Katie Chase’s stories explore the strange world of marriage tradition in terms of gender, family dynamics and the public and private ways we grow up in a bizarre and arbitrarily gendered world.

Just prior to her eightieth birthday in October, an annual guest lecture series is being established in her honor.

The show stands in a category of its own among many reasons: a two-woman show with four characters, the experimental use of light, design, music and choreography and the modern themes of gender, sex and identity.