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Young@Heart chorus will perform songs by artists such as Radiohead and Coldplay on Thursday.

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Chorus puts old-school spin on modern classics

Courtesy of Jodi Nicholas Although the tone of the music industry is often set by the latest up-and-coming acts, the Young@Heart Chorus seems to prove that the fusion of both new and old in music can also work wonders.



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AD presents other ‘Sides of Sex' with poetry, dance

AKI ONDA / The Dartmouth Senior Staff The "Sides of Sex" show at Alpha Delta fraternity was a night of firsts the first time the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble performed in a fraternity house and the first time campus performance groups collaborated to inspire reflection on sex, to name two.



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SITI stages modern ‘Macbeth'

Courtesy of the Hopkins Center "Radio Macbeth," a SITI company adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," takes the Bard's penchant for double meanings to a whole new level.




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FNR brings diversity to campus music scene

Patton Lowenstein / The Dartmouth Staff From its quaint small-town atmosphere to its abundant natural beauty, Dartmouth's isolated locale certainly has its charms, but Hanover cannot compare to larger cities in terms of live music offerings.


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Creative writing options evolve

Sam Purcell / The Dartmouth Staff Although Dartmouth may be best known for its economics department, students and professors agree that the discipline of creative writing is alive and well at the College on the Hill. As a school that has educated such dynamic literary figures as Theodore Geisel and Robert Frost, this may come as no surprise.



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