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Exhibit showcases three BFA students

Exhibit  showcases three BFA students

Brock Bill

November 27, 2013


Filed under Art, Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E

Ira Musty, Ashley Shotwell, and Brittany Daniels are students pursuing bachelor of fine arts degrees and have been working towards their final B.F.A. exhibits since they arrived at JSC. On Nov. 13, 2013, each of these artists gave a presentation which included brief talk. The students explained what...

Vermont Symphony Orchestra: they’re good at what they do

Vermont Symphony Orchestra: they’re good at what they do

Tom Benton

September 25, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E, Music

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra kicked off its Made in Vermont Music Festival at JSC on Friday night, Sept. 20, the first night of JSC’s Alumni/Parents Weekend. Alumni and parents are certainly their target audience, especially the older alumni: once one becomes an adult, one eschews rock ‘n’ rol...

Seven Stories of sound, all of them loud

Seven Stories of sound, all of them loud

Tom Benton, Editor-in-Chief

March 8, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E, Music

Seven Stories violently assaulted my eardrums when they played Dibden on March 2. They did so with plenty enough aptitude for me to pass up pressing charges, but whether they deserved criminal charges depends on one’s attitude toward sonic battery. If you get your kicks having your ears screwed six...

A tale of passion, faith and f-bombs

A tale of passion, faith and f-bombs

Ben Algar, Web Editor

February 16, 2012


Filed under Featured A&E, Movies

Horror movie tropes come in many forms. Be it a lustful vampire, a dream-leeching murderer or a psychopathic killer, Hollywood has been able to chill audiences with anything. However, in recent years producers have figured out that the evolution of the scare needs reconstructing. But how do they expect...

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