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Max Fliegner '18 performs with student band Point of Contention at Phi Delta Alpha fraternity.

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Summer term sees formation, development of student groups

With fewer students on campus than any other term, the summer leaves student-run dance and musical groups shorthanded. To make up for the deficit, many established groups have traditionally held auditions for summer-specific additions in order to bolster numbers and maintain an active presence on campus. \n In addition to the summer versions of already well-known dance and music groups, this term has also seen the emergence and development of newer performing acts that have used the summer as a time to experiment within the campus music and dance scene.




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‘Cotton Patch Gospel’ explores themes of community in theater

“Cotton Patch Gospel,” an honors thesis production by Robert Leverett ’16 will be opening on May 28 at the Bentley Theater in the Hopkins Center. The play is ensemble-based and incorporates live bluegrass music and a potluck dinner. The piece explores the concept of theater as a community and the relationship between the actors and the audience.



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Alums collaborate and perform at NYC’s The Bitter End

Although Danny Calano ’15 did not anticipate being able to make his own music less than one year after graduating from Dartmouth, for a young musician, his plans have taken a turn in the best possible way. On April 30, Calano and classmate Evan Griffith ’15 performed at The Bitter End, a rock and roll nightclub and music venue in Greenwich Village, New York City.