Rhodessa Jones entered Garrison Theater at Scripps College as a devil-type character to begin her performance of “Life on the Swerve: Observations from That Place Where the World Ends” on Tuesday.
The repulsive smell of a blunt being passed around by four people sitting in front of me on the north terrace didn’t put a damper on the circus-like performance that was delivered by Beirut at the Greek Theatre.
The Friday Noon Concert greeted eager listeners like an early evening breeze after a warm day with Rachel V. Huang, adjunct professor of music at Scripps, on violin and Paul R. Bishop, Scripps performance staff, on piano.
Blink-182 joined numerous bands in the quest back into music with the end of its six-year self-imposed hiatus and the release of its sixth studio album, “Neighborhoods.”
To promote Scripps College’s new undergraduate “art conservation” major, the Clark Humanities Museum on the Scripps campus is exhibiting the show “A New Major and the Future of the Past.”
Kira Soltanovich entertained the crowd by picking on members of the audience and making jokes about being a new mom.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 7, 2011.
To the quick observer, Meeghan Henry may seem like an ordinary University of La Verne freshman; just another student trying to work her way through her first year.
Last Friday, the Chant and Polyphony ensemble, featuring the Perkins Gradual, performed at Scripps College.
Walking in between two blue glowing walls curved inwards and six inches closer than they appear to the eye could have been mistaken for being in a virtual videogame like Disney’s “Tron.”