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Hailing from the high, windy plains of Tuva, a tiny former Soviet satellite bounded by Outer Mongolia and Siberia, the Tuvan Throat-Singers, "Huun-Huur-tu" present their unique brand of music to audiences in two shows playing in the Moore Theater today at 8 and 10 p.m.
Regarded as national treasure in their native land of South Africa and world-renowned for their soul-stirring a capella, Ladysmith Black Mambazo will present their program today at 8 pm in Spaulding Auditorium in the Hopkins Center.
Mikhail Baryshnikov, noted Russian ballet dancer, will present four performances titled with the White Oak Dance Project from Thursday, Feb. 20 to Sunday, Feb. 23.
Student performances, drama, and dance will all converge this semester at the Hopkins Center of Performing Arts as officials there hastily ready themselves for another incredible semester of exclusive premieres and inspired student productions.
Featuring such blockbusters as this summer's alien-bashing hit "Independence Day" and Roman Polanski's horror classic "Rosemary's Baby," the Dartmouth Film Society hopes its newest installment of veritable Hollywood classics and new-age flicks will cause as much hysteria as its title suggests, "Cinema Paranoia."
After a brief hiatus, R&B phenom Toni Braxton returns to the music scene with a work that improves upon her debut and gives new insight into the saucy R&B songstress.
Daily language drill is a part of the lives of most Dartmouth students. But college students are not the only ones who are attending language drill this summer.
Before the season has even begun, the Big Green football team and its outstanding players are once again in the news and spotlight.
George Michael, best known as the butt-wiggling poster child of the '80s is now obviously older, but not necessarily wiser. His newest release, titled "Older," features a more mellow, more somber George, a definite change from his guitar-swinging, tight-jean-wearing, teeny-bopping days of yore.
Many support networks exist on campus which encourage understanding of minority issues.
Potential polyglots come to Dartmouth every summer to improve their foreign language skills by participating in the world-renowned Advanced Language Program.
For Tevin Campbell's musical career, the journey has been definitely from boy to man.
Hugely ambitious and compulsively readable, Stephen King's latest offering in the macabre "The Green Mile" series, offers fans and new readers one of the author's most refreshing works to date.
"Screed," the newest entrant into the student publication fray, forces students to re-examine the social system at the College.
As if there were not enough entertainment news to go around, 1340 WDCR the AM college radio station has begun a new program titled "Entertainment Blitz" designed to bring the world of arts and entertainment to busy students' lives.
For students wishing to keep up-to-date with the ever-changing summer entertainment scene, information about summer movies, theatre performances, and up-and-coming bands can be found right at your fingertips.
Behind the blue-rimmed Coca-Cola bottle glasses, behind a million dollar smile full of gleaming white teeth, and behind the stretch pants and gaudy t-shirts is Dawn Weiner, a seventh grader whose life seems to vaguely shadow some Judy Bloom novel from junior high.
This quarter the Dartmouth Film Society presents a wide array of cineamatic blockbusters and arthouse winners under the aegis of "Cinema Cool."
Beginning with the murkily moody single titled "Strange Fruit" and closing with a nature-inspired arrangement of the Neil Young classic "Harvest Moon," Cassandra Wilson begins and ends her new CD "New Moon Daughter" by showing one-time listeners and jazz connoisseurs alike that jazz is truly a state of mind.
"Heroes and Saints" by Cherrie Moraga is the story of struggle of a people on the fringes of society. Their story is both personal and political and their realities are frightening true.