In keeping with the Winter Carnival theme — a sort of copyright-free Harry Potter concept — we’ve centered this issue on magic.
This issue’s theme is humor, so we’ll try to get you warmed up with a few of Lucy’s best jokes: What do you call the grass in front of the President’s house? Phil Han-lawn. What does DDS say when you ask how to contact them? Collis. How do studio art majors turn in their work? They put it on Canvas. How do you know if someone did Hiking 4 for Trips? Don’t worry, they’ll tell you. What would you call a KAF workers’ advocacy group? Baker Lobby. What do you call an awkward encounter with a former fling? An ex-hour. Why didn’t the frat need any lamps? Because they had so much Keystone Light. Now that those are over with (thank godness, right?), we’re excited to introduce the rest of the Humor Issue.
Do you often have trouble figuring out how to fill your Friday night? What about with a show that covers everything from Dartmouth traditions to Dianne Keaton and Tom Brady to mercury-laden shrimp?
For the five students participating in the pilot program of the theater department’s Experiential Term, partnering with theater company Northern Stage, days are spent working with theater professionals in West Lebanon and soon, New York City.
Alessandro Ceglia ’94 has dreamt of working in animation began during his time at the College and eventually translated this dream into his current career as a rough layout artist at DreamWorks Animation Studios. Ceglia, who has also previously worked as an animator for television commercials and music videos, has worked as an artist for recent DreamWorks films, such as “Madagascar 3” (2012), “Turbo” (2013) and “How to Train Your Dragon 2” (2014). Ceglia is currently working on “Kung Fu Panda 3,” which will be released in early 2016.
Lights! Camera! Action! Murder? This Wednesday and Thursday, the Black Family Visual Arts Center will transform into a Halloween-themed red carpet venue to celebrate the third annual Community Access Television Halloween-o-thon.