Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Arts & Entertainment

Autumn at Southern

Autumn at Southern

Engleman Hall (Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine)   The back of Engleman Hall from Morrill Hall.(Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) Seating outside Morrill Hall.(Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) The John Lyman Center for the Performing Arts (Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) By Meghan Olson Meghan OlsonPhoto...

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Top 5 Art Installations on Campus

Top 5 Art Installations on Campus

#1: End of the Line End of the Line by Nancy Holt.(August Pelliccio/Crescent Magazine) This circular sculpture, hidden near Brownell Residence Hall, enframes the cliffside of West Rock Ridge State Park in its two overlapping circles. The structure was installed in 1985 per completion by the now deceased artist Nancy Holt. The wheel-like structure...

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Proving Herself

Marissa Simos says there is a special sort of pressure on her to be a representative of her gender within the automotive industry. Simos, works as a marketing assistant at Excelerate Performance, a tuning shop in Branford. She also repairs cars and motorcycles at home, and photographs cars as a hobby. (Jeff Lamson/Crescent Magazine)...

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Gorgeous in Glasses

Gorgeous in Glasses

Laney LopezSociologyJunior(William Aliou/Crescent Magazine) Eldine LazarrePublic HealthSenior(William Aliou/Crescent Magazine) Michael RiderPolitical ScienceSenior(Williams Aliou/Crescent Magazine) Elaine Ashley MaxelixSociologySophomore(William Aliou/Crescent Magazine) Christian SantanaExcersise ScienceSenior(William Aliou/Crescent Magazine) Dominique DildyNursingFreshman(William Aliou/Crescent Magazine) Jenna ReeserArt...

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Funky Hair

Funky Hair

Whether it is a short, colored pixie cut or long natural curls, some students have their own style and preference which allows them to control how they appear on the outside. Emma "Justine" Conley, junior psychology major (Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) For Emma Justine Conley, a junior psychology major, hair color and style has ultimately...

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Collecting Dust

Within the walls of the Hilton C. Buley Library lies a vast, 1,500-piece art collection— a collection that has existed since the 1970s, established by Olaf Zeidenberg, a former Southern art professor. As the priceless collection grew, interest in establishing a functioning gallery, complete with a director, did not. Thus the collection, including works from former faculty members,...

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Faces of FACE

Faces of FACE

FACE Model (Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) FACE Models, short for “fashionable artistic creative elegance,” is an organization offering the opportunity for fashion oriented students to model in shows, photo shoots, promotions and more. President Monique Harriott, an IDS major, says FACE welcome all shapes, shades and sizes. If students wish to pursue modeling outside of...

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Music Speaks

Music Speaks

Bill Dorfer has a tattoo of his band’s symbol on his left arm. The circles, created by a Belgian graphic artist, represent each individual band member in Soul Conversion and how in tune they are to each other. Bill Dorfer of Soul Conversion (Meghan Olson/Crescent Magazine) Dorfer’s band, along with other off-campus bands made...

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New Lessons

New Lessons

Randy Most plays a silver trumpet with a mute at the end of his horn. He’s adding colorful hits over the melody to the jazz standard “Autumn Leaves.” The piece sounds crisp and polished as the Jazz Standards ensemble runs through the tune. Fall 2017 was Most’s first semester back at school since he started working decades ago....

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