March 29, 2017

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.09, 2017

    ‘Apple Stream’: Better Late than Never?

      By Joe Clancy `18 A&E Staff   When you think of having a night in and streaming a movie, you probably think of Netflix or  Hulu. What about Apple? It seems strange that one of the country’s largest electronics…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    The Spearhead of Activism

      by Elizabeth Jancsy `18 A&E Staff   ‘The fourth wall,’ the invisible barrier between actor and audience, is often thought a convention of acting. However, according to Actor Joe Wilson, “no-one pays attention to the fourth wall anymore.” Wilson…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    The Laramie Project at PC

      by Patrick Lovett `17 A&E Co-Editor   “…I give you life in the memory of one who no longer lives. May you have a long life and may you thank Matthew every day for it.” These words, given from…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    Silk Road Ensemble Offers a Path to Understanding

      by Meaghan Dodson `17 News Co-Editor   Over 2,000 years ago, a network of trade routes known as the Silk Road allowed for the flow of goods and materials throughout Europe, Africa, India, and Asia. The Silk Road, however,…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    Adam Hanna: Gifted and on the Rise

      by Ryan Cox `18 A&E Staff   Call him what you will—“the next big thing,” “Providence College’s newest campus celebrity,” or “rising star”—they all describe the growing career of Adam Hanna ’18, a Lakeville, Massachusettes, native whose music has…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    Looking Forward with Oliver Penn

      by Elizabeth Jancsy `18 A&E Staff   If you are Oliver Penn ’17, your weekend might look a little different than the average college student’s. Instead of just relaxing with friends,  your weekend plans would also include picking up…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    Emma Watson Gives Belle a Makeover

      by Blaine Payer `18 A&E Staff   Emma Watson is one of the most well-recognized champions of feminism and gender equality in the world. Since it was announced early last year that she would be playing Belle in the…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    The Legacy of Butch Trucks

      by Kerry Torpey `20 A&E Staff   On Jan. 24, Butch Trucks, the drummer and co-founder of The Allman Brothers Band, died following a self-inflicted gunshot at the age of 69. Trucks leaves behind a long legacy as a…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    New Year, New Album, Same Mayer

      Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   John Mayer is back in a big way. On Jan. 20, Mayer released four of his new songs from his current album, The Search for Everything, and fans are already craving more. Mayer…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

    Shia LaBeouf the Artist, Enigma

      by Michael Welch `17 A&E Staff     From Disney Channel star, to movie actor, to his current vocation as a controversial artist, Shia LaBeouf’s journey in the entertainment industry has been all but conventional. Recently, LaBeouf has taken…

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